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Scholarship Applications

Grand Assembly of Massachusetts announces  2017 Scholarship Opportunities

 

Gobrecht Scholarship - Open only to graduating high school seniors/freshmen entering college in the fall

Applications are due (postmarked by April 15, 2017)

Download application below:

Special Scholarship - Open only to existing college students under the age of 21 prior to September 1, 2017

Applications are due (postmarked by April 15, 2017)

Download application below:

Ona M. Carnes Scholarship - Open only to existing college students entering their sophomore year of college and under the age of 21 prior to September 1, 2017.

Applications are due (postmarked by April 15, 2017)

Download application below:

 

EASTERN STAR SCHOLARSHIPS:

Magdalene Chapter - Heidi J. Schmelzer Book Scholarship

 

Applications are due (postmarked by June 30, 2017)

Download instructions and application below:

 (instructions)

 (application)

 

MASONIC SCHOLARSHIPS:

Admiral James J. Carey Washington Scholarship Grant for Masonic Youth - 

The Admiral James J. Carey Foundation, Inc.

"The Admiral James J. Carey/Washington Scholars Grant for Masonic Youth is a newly created scholarship fund that will sponsor a single member from one of the three largest Masonic youth organizations to attend the Washington Scholars Fellowship Program. This semester-long program provides the prestigious opportunity to spend 10 weeks living in our nation’s capital. The recipient of this scholarship will spend his or her semester: working for government and broadcasting agencies or NGOs; networking with Washington’s lawmakers, journalists and political aficionados; attending events at Capitol Hill, the Supreme Court and other powerful locations; and gaining invaluable connections and first-hand experience in the world of public policy."

"Admiral Carey, himself a Freemason, truly believes in the potential of our Masonic youth."

“DeMolay, Jobs Daughter, and Rainbow [Girls] have the young men and women in their membership who possess all the right traits and strong character to become good and honorable and honest national leaders,” Adm. Carey said “That is why my foundation is offering this program to the sons and daughters, grandsons and granddaughters, and nieces and nephews of our fellow Masons."

For more information about the foundation please visit:  www.AdmiralCareyFoundation.org

Applications are due (postmarked by February 15, 2017/delivered prior to 5:00 P.M. Eastern Standard Time)

Good Luck!

 

 

 




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