Applications for 2020 Scholarships Now Being Accepted
College Bound Seniors – March 6, 2020 is the deadline to apply for the Chariton Valley college scholarships.
Being involved with the schools in our area is important to us! We’re dedicated to strengthening communities, building lasting relationships and helping promising students pursue their dreams. That is why Chariton Valley offers five $500 local scholarships in addition to the Foundation for Rural Service National Scholarship opportunity.
Scholarships are available to all high school seniors whose parents or guardians are current Chariton Valley customers. Students who express interest in the technology field will be eligible for a Technology Scholarship (one of the five local scholarships), an internship and consideration for future employment with Chariton.
This year ALL applications will be completed online at www.FRS.org/student. No hard copy is required. The FRS will provide Chariton Valley a copy of each application in which Chariton Valley Telephone is selected as their sponsoring company. All applications submitted thru this site are eligible for both the national FRS and the local Chariton Valley Scholarships. Students of Chariton Valley Employees may apply for the FRS National Scholarship, but are not eligible for the local scholarship.
Applications are due March 6, 2020.
Questions? Email email@example.com or call 660-395-9669.
2019 Scholarship Recipients
Lane, a graduate of Macon High School, was awarded a $2,500 FRS Scholarship. Lane is the son of Corey and Anna Blackford. He plans to attend Northwest Missouri State University and major in Instrumental Music Education.
Priscilla, a graduate of Macon High School, was awarded a $2,500 FRS Scholarship. Priscilla is the daughter of Steven and Polly Chant. She plans to attend the University of Kansas as well as the University of Kansas Honors College and major in Pharmacy. She also plans to obtain a minor in Music with the flute or piano as the main instrument.
Jordan, a graduate of Brookfield High School, is the son of Jason and Jonna Weydert. He plans to attend Missouri University of Science and Technology and major in Aerospace Engineering.
Mary, a graduate of Bevier High School, is the daughter of Gene and Rebecca Bradley. She plans to attend Hannibal LaGrange University and major in Nursing.
Anna, a graduate of Moberly High School, is the daughter of Troy and Tara Link. She plans to attend both MACC-Columbia as well as the University of Missouri-Columbia through the MizzouMACC program and major in Agriculture with an emphasis in Plant and Animal Sciences and Ag Communications with a minor in Journalism.
Reka, a graduate of Bucklin High School, is the daughter of Kevin Behrman and Jeanette Russell. She plans to attend North Central Missouri College and major in Nursing.
Trinity, a graduate of Hale High School, is the daughter of Jeremy and Judy Harris. She plans to attend the University of Central Missouri and major in Software Engineering.