Red Sox looking for teens serving the community

BOSTON — The Boston Red Sox Foundation is seeking submissions from inspiring high school seniors who are dedicated to making a positive impact in their communities for the New England Red Sox Service Scholarship.
The annual scholarship honors academically inclined high school seniors who have demonstrated a commitment to community service. Those selected will receive a $1,000 college scholarship and recognition during a special pre-game ceremony at Fenway Park.
This scholarship is open only to graduating seniors attending one of the 27 public high schools selected by the foundation; among those is Middlebury, Otter Valley and Vergennes union high schools. Recipients of the Service Scholarships will be chosen from applications based on 1) Academic performance, 2) Demonstrated community service and 3) Eligibility for financial aid. One student in each of the 27 public high schools will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Red Sox Foundation.
Submissions for Vermont seniors are due Feb. 16.
For more details and to apply visit, redsoxfoundation.org/service-scholarships.

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