Newlin Foundation Scholar Program Accepting Applications
High School Juniors Living in the Coatesville Area School District Encouraged to Apply by May 15
Applications are being accepted through May 15, 2023 by the Newlin Foundation for juniors in high school who live within the Coatesville Area School District and are interested in pursuing education after high school.
In addition to providing students with comprehensive mentorship and guidance, the Newlin Foundation may award scholarships to narrow the gap between the financial aid the student secures and their tuition and housing costs. The application deadline is May 15, 2023. To be eligible, applicants must live within the Coatesville Area School District and be in their junior year of high school. Complete details and the online application form can be found at https://www.newlinfoundation.org/eligibility-application/.
Once accepted into the program, Newlin Scholars and their parents or guardians participate in workshops, informational sessions, and special forums facilitated by professional staff throughout their senior year of high school and continuing throughout their years in college. All aspects of preparing for college admission including securing financial aid, managing educational costs, and adjusting to college life are covered. Scholars receive ongoing guidance to help with their transition from high school to college and to monitor their academic progress, with the ultimate goal of graduating with a four-year degree, two-year associate degree, or trade-school certification.
For more information or to become a Newlin Foundation donor or volunteer, email [email protected] or visit https://www.newlinfoundation.org/.
The Newlin Foundation is a charitable fund of the Chester County Community Foundation established in 2010 by generous donors to help students living within the Coatesville Area School District to not only get accepted into college, but to graduate. A copy of the official registration information for the Chester County Community Foundation may be obtained by calling the Pennsylvania Department of State at 1-800-732-0900 (toll free in PA). Registration does not imply endorsement. EIN #23-277-3822.
Date & Time
03/31/2023 through 05/15/2023
8:00AM - 5:00PM
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