Do you know a high school senior who:

 

  • Attends a New Jersey public high school

  • Likes working with their hands

  • Is responsible and committed to their community?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Awarded in memory of Michael “Mully” and Olympia DeNittis, lifelong sweethearts who made their living as a cabinet maker and seamstress in the post-World War II economy, The 67 Foundation Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a New Jersey high school senior who will pursue trade or vocational education at a qualified institution after graduation.   We encourage you to read their story, which inspired many around the world. 

 

Eligibility

 

To be considered for the 2016 67 Foundation Memorial Scholarship, applicants must:

  • Be a New Jersey high school senior at a traditional public high school. Preference is given to students attending Woodbridge Township public high schools.

  • Pursue post-secondary trade or vocational education at a qualified institution.  They may include, but are not limited to: plumbing, pipefitting, steamfitting; cosmetology; electrical; HVACR.

  • Demonstrate high moral character, spirit, and a strong commitment to his/her community.

  • Download and complete the application form and email it along with all supporting materials to info@the67foundation.org no later than March 15, 2016.  All information must be received by this date.

 

To Apply

  1.  Download and complete the entire application

  2.  Include one letter of recommendation from a teacher, guidance counselor, employer, or community leader

  3.  Include copy of school attendance record

  4.  Scan and send all materials in one message to info@the67foundation.org

 

The recipient will be selected based on his/her work ethic, community commitment and goals for their future. 

 

Good luck!  For questions please contact info@the67foundation.org

 

 

The 67 Foundation | P.O. Box 133 | Port Reading, NJ 07064

info@the67foundation.org

 

© 2014 by AnnMarie McDonald