About the Scholarship
The Caroline M. Hewins Scholarship is sponsored by the Hartford Public Library and was established in the year 1926 as a tribute to one of the great contributors in American Librarianship. The scholarship is all open to those who plan to major in library work with their children.
The scholarship fund traveled all its way from Hartford Librarian's Club as a personal gift to Miss Hewins on her 50th anniversary as a librarian. When Hewins chose to use the gift as a base for the scholarship, she started receiving assistance from almost all her friends, relatives, and throughout Connecticut. Thus, assuring the scholarship for everyone in need with the memory Miss Hewins.
How to apply for the Scholarship?
Students applying for the scholarship must fill in the online form that can be found on the official website of Hartford Public Library.
The student must have to submit official high school transcripts and ACT/SAT scorecards to show that they fulfill the basic academic criteria.
The applicant must also submit evidence of application and acceptance to an accredited school of library service.
In addition, a student should also submit a FAFSA certificate that is used to determine the financial position of his/her family.
Award Amount and Deadline
The award amount for this scholarship is $4,000 per year up to completion of the degree and the award amount is non-renewable.
This scholarship is given to those people who are pursuing their careers in librarian degrees and are in the public sector. All the above documents and records must be submitted to the library no later than September 1.
Candidates are required to submit all the above-mentioned documents and applications only through mail.
An applicant must be a legally recognized citizen of the United States or an eligible international student who's planning to specialize in library work with children
The scholarship is available to those who have received or are about to receive a four-year undergraduate degree students.
A student should be applied for admission to a library school or are already attending a library school accredited by the American Library Association.