This award is for students at Paul G. Blazer High School, Boyd County High School, Fairview High School, and Rose Hill Christian School in Ashland, Kentucky; and Russell High School in Russell, Kentucky. This award is intended to reward a neglected talent of a student - using their time wisely. This means not only in school, but also in church activities, in the community, at home, or in the workplace. This is not a scholarship. Applicants need not be at the top of his/her class scholastically nor must he/she be going to college to win the cash award. Please be advised that this is a taxable award. Recipients will receive a 1099 from the Foundation at year-end for tax purposes. Judges will examine school, church, community, home, and job activities. On this basis, the judges will select and interview possible award recipients. Awards will be granted on the basis of work for pay, work without pay, resourcefulness with time and money, activities, and character.
How easy is it to apply?
Not too bad
This scholarship's application process may have items such as essays that could take a couple hours.
How much competition is there?
This scholarship has a relatively low number of applicants.