Charles R. Quaiff Memorial Youth Scholarship
Three (3) $1,000.00 scholarships are available for high school
students graduating in 2017. The student must be entering an accredited
college, university, or other recognized institution of higher learning
full-time in the 2017/2018 school year.
The applicant or a parent must be a
member of Chesterfield Federal Credit
Method of Selection
The scholarship applicant MUST submit the following items to be
considered for a scholarship:
Applicants will not be
notified if documentation is missing or incomplete. Any applications
received by the deadline without all of the above required information
will not be accepted.
Each applicant will be
judged in the following categories:
The applicant is welcome to submit any other information that he or
she feels would assist the committee in making a decision in his or her
favor, including letters of recommendation. This scholarship is a direct
grant with no repayment requirements. Students who have applied for or
received other scholarships are eligible. Scholarship funds will be paid
directly to the college of the winner's choice upon registration. In the
event the student chooses not to continue their education, the
scholarship will be awarded to an alternate student.
The deadline for the 2017/2018 school year
is Friday, April 21st, 2017.
Download an application or pick one up at any branch.
2017 Richmond Chapter of Credit Unions Scholarship
Two (2) $1000.00 scholarships are available for college, technical, or trade school enrollment after June 30, 2017 and before December 31, 2017. The scholarship is available to a high school student who will graduate in 2017 and will begin college by 12/31/2017. The applicant or a parent must be a member of a credit union belonging to the Richmond Chapter Credit Union. Chesterfield Federal Credit Union is a member of the Richmond Chapter of Credit Unions.
Method of Selection
The scholarship application must submit the following items to be considered for a scholarship:
- A completed application
- An official high school transcript
- A written essay between 300 - 500 words explaining the Credit Union Difference and what it means to the applicant.
The scholarship will be awarded primarily on the basis of merit; not financial need. The applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.8 (grades 9-11). The applicant must have demonstrated leadership skills and a strong involvement in extracurricular activities and community service organizations. The applicant shall have demonstrated outstanding citizenship qualities that show loyalty, trustworthiness, integrity, and a genuine concern for the well being of others.
The deadline for the 2016/2017 school year is Wednesday, March 29th, 2017.
Download an application today, or pick one up at any branch.