ALTAMAHA EMC FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS

    EMC FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS

     
    Four scholarships, worth $1,000 each, will be awarded to local students this spring. The Altamaha EMC Foundation Scholarships were founded in an effort to help local students further their education.

    The scholarships are funded by members' doantions through Operation Open Round Up. Applicants must be a member of Altamaha EMC.

    Applications are available on this website (see link below). You can also request an application from any of our four office locations.

    Scholarships will be awarded based on academic ability and financial need. Winners will be announced in May each year.

     

    REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:

    A. Acceptance letter or other evidence to confirm admission to a GEORGIA college or technical college. If student is not yet accepted, this information will be required at the time the scholarship is awarded.

    B. Two-page autobiographical sketch with reference to future plans and goals as well as your involvement in the community.

    C. High school transcript.

    D. SAT or ACT score.

    E. Two letters of recommendation.

     

    CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2019 WINNERS!

    Emily Ely  Hailey Mullis and Kayla Kittrell  Kirsten Gray 

    The Altamaha EMC Foundation recently awarded four scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each. These scholarships are funded by Altamaha EMC's Operation Round Up program.

    Congratulations to the 2019 winners: Emily Ely of David Emanuel Academy, Hailey Mullis of East Laurens High School, Kirsten Gray of Swainsboro High School and Kayla Kittrell of East Laurens High School.

     

    The deadline for the 2019 scholarships has already passed. The 2020 application will be available in early January.