Scholarships of county 'Berkeley' within West Virginia

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J. Oakley Seibert Memorial Scholarship Fund

Criteria: Recipient must be a resident of Berkeley County accepted by and planning to attend an accredited law school within 18 months after completing a four-year degree. Preference (not a requirement) will be given to recipients who hope to return to Berkeley County to practice law within at least three years after graduation from law school. Consideration given to applicant’s financial need, academic preparation and service to the community. May be renewable butpriority will be given to first year law student. Prior scholarship winners must reapply directly to the EWVCF by March 2nd. Application: General scholarship application and 500-900word essay on your five-year plan.

N. Blaine Groves/Rotary Scholarship Fund

Criteria: Recipient must be a Berkeley County high-school graduate. A scholarship may be applied toward any year of study in a four-year college or university. Preference will be given to students attending a college or university located in West Virginia. N. Blaine Groves/Rotary Scholarships are first year students at this time. An applicant must reapply each year to be considered.Students are required to meet their school’s deadline, or submit scholarship application by the first Monday in March, each year.

Karos Family Fund

Criteria: Recipient must be a Berkeley County resident and be accepted by and plan to attend a college or university in West Virginia within 6 months of the scholarship award with the intent to become a pharmacist. Fund may be renewable based on continued study in pharmacy; awardees are expected to reapply each year directly to EWVCF by March 2nd.