Applications for scholarships of up to $1,000 for Nobleboro students are offered by both the Nobleboro Historical Society and the town of Nobleboro. These competitive scholarships are available for students attending post-secondary schools such as colleges, universities, and community colleges in fall 2019. The application, including an official transcript from one’s current school, is due Tuesday, May 7.
The Nobleboro Historical Society’s Scholarship and Education Committee selects two or three individuals to receive the society’s $1,000 scholarships. These individuals must be planning to attend an accredited school or college, including community college or trade school, starting in the fall semester of 2019. The scholarships are available to high school seniors, students already attending a post-secondary school, and also to older returning students.
The historical society application, transcripts, and a written statement must be postmarked or emailed by Monday, May 7. In addition to Nobleboro residents, members of the Nobleboro Historical Society and their families are eligible. The application form is available on nobleborohistoricalsociety.org or from a guidance counselor at Lincoln Academy, Medomak Valley High School, or Coastal Christian School. Questions may be directed to Mary Sheldon at 563-5376 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The town of Nobleboro offers the George F. Dow Scholarship, which awards up to $1,000 to a high school senior who will attend college or an accredited school, including community college, this fall semester 2019 or to a student who will be attending a second, third, or fourth year at an accredited school. Eligible students are those who reside in the town of Nobleboro. Special consideration is given to an applicant’s financial need, while considering the student’s goals for the future. The Dow scholarship application and written statement must be received at the Nobleboro town office by Tuesday, May 7. The application and descriptive information is available at nobleboro.maine.gov or from the Nobleboro town office at 563-8816.