About the Scholarship
Bernie Varnadore Scholarship Program is certified by Dixie Boys Baseball Inc. The Dixie Boys Baseball was begun in the year 1984, it is fundamentally a young baseball program for young men (13-14) playing on a medium-sized diamond to meet the physical improvement of developing young men. The fundamental reason for this program is to give a diversion outlet to however many young men as could reasonably be expected, with emphasis being on neighborhood league play as opposed to competitive play.
What are the basic requirements needed to apply for this scholarship?
The students applying for this scholarship must have been completed their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application to receive this award.
The candidates' parents or guardians have to fill out and sign the Financial Statement section of the application form.
The candidates must include a copy of your latest High School transcript and ACT or SAT results.
The student must provide with two letters of recommendation one from the school office and other from a person other than a relative
Candidates must submit an essay of 150 words handwritten, the essay must contain their carrier objectives.
Include or have a statement of participation sent by A LOCAL LEAGUE OFFICIAL. Statement should include: (1) Applicant's years of participation, (2) Applicant's attitude when in programs, and (3) Applicant's ability to demonstrate team effort and leadership
Bernie Varnadore Scholarship Program award amounts to
This financial grant provides $1,250 in cash awards.
The awards are non-renewable and the total number of awards offered by this scholarship is limited to 11 candidates each year.
The applications are to be submitted by the end of April 01, 2020. Students are informed to submit their scholarship application and other requirements are to be submitted before the due date. Applications and other information are available online on the Dixie Boys Baseball Inc website.
The applicant must have taken part in Dixie Boys Baseball Inc. programs as high school seniors.
The applicant must be enrolled as an undergraduate student at an accredited institution.
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