Rotary Clubs are offering scholarships to teachers

MIDDLEBURY/VERGENNES — Scholarships for teachers are available through a district-wide program of the Rotary Clubs of Middlebury and Vergennes.
Up to $10,000 will be given to educators furthering their education beyond a post-secondary degree. Scholarship monies may be used to cover a variety of expenses incurred by those continuing their education including but not limited to tuition, educational supplies (textbooks, computers, etc.), transportation costs, institutional room and board.
Applicants must be non-Rotarians and may not be closely related to a Rotarian of District 7850. Awards are not restricted by nationality, gender, age or marital status.
Each club may submit one application. The top 3 candidates among the 42 clubs will be interviewed on Saturday, May 18, and must be available for interviews on this date in person. Scholarships will be awarded based on applicant’s stated goals and attending recommendations of fellow professionals. All funds must be expended by May 15, 2020.
Over the past couple of years, two Addison County teachers have received scholarship money.
For further information and to apply, contact Ben Fuller or David Clark at [email protected] or Claude Herbert at [email protected].

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