Scholarships of county 'Washington' within Maine

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Gracie Fund

The Gracie Fund offers tuition-reimbursement incentives to encourage natives of Washington County, or those who consider Washington County their home, to establish roots in the community after they finish their post-secondary education. Students who have graduated from college within five years of the date of application and are building a professional and personal life in Washington County are eligible to apply. The Gracie Fund fosters community development by helping recipients connect to Washington County through their commitment to a career and community service. School loan repayment awards of up to $5,000 will be awarded to three individuals each year. Awards may be renewed for up to three years.The Maine Community Foundation and the Sunrise County Economic Council, located in Washington County, jointly administer the Gracie Fund.Contact: Maine Community Foundation or Sunrise County Economic Council

Marshall Education Achievement Award

The Marshall Education Achievement Award was established by the Marshall Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, Marshall Care Center and Marshall’s Assisted Living Center to recognize an outstanding graduating student of the RN program at Washington County Community College.Contact: Washington County Community College financial aid office

Nancy Andrews Morse ('57) Alumni Scholarship

The Nancy A. Morse ('57) Scholarship Fund provides support to students from Washington County enrolled in a technical or certificate program (other than boat building) at Washington County Community College. Preference is given to students from Lubec.Contact: Washington County Community College financial aid office