Chariton Valley Scholarship

Chariton Valley is committed to strengthening our rural communities, building lasting relationships and helping promising students pursue their dreams.  We continue to offer several local and national scholarship opportunities to area high school seniors through the Foundation for Rural Services scholarship.

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The 2021 Scholarship Application is now available. 

 

Students who complete this application are eligible for Chariton Valley’s five local $500 scholarships as well as several $1500-$7000 Foundation for Rural Service national scholarships.  Students who express interest to return to the rural community upon graduation are especially encouraged to apply.  Complete eligibility requirements are listed on the application.

 

 The window to accept applications for this scholarship is thru March 5, 2021.

 

Applicants  – your NTCA Membership Sponsor is Chariton Valley Telephone Corporation.


Congratulations to all 2020 Chariton Valley Scholarship Winners!

With congratulations to these future leaders, Chariton Valley presents our 2020 Chariton Valley Scholarship recipients.

Allison Winkler

Macon

Allison was awarded the $2,500 FRS Scholarship. Daughter of Gary and Kim Winkler, she plans to attend Union University in Jackson, TN and major in zoology.

Wade
Binder

Salisbury

Son of Travis and Andrea Binder, Wade plans to attend Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to pursue a degree in Diesel Ag & Geospatial Technology, and Beef Production Management.

Emily
Kunkel

Brookfield

Daughter of Bret Kunkel, Emily plans to continue her education in Graphic Design and Marketing at Northwest Missouri State University. After completing both degrees, she plans to join the design team for one of the large design companies in her area or someplace similar.

Kortney
Nelson

Hale

Daughter of Bryant and Kathy Nelson, Kortney plans to attend college at North Central Missouri College for her first year and then transfer to Missouri Western State University. She would like to become a physical therapy assistant.

Mackenzie
White

Atlanta

Daughter of Natasha and Nacoma Scherry, Mackenzie plans to attend Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri, where she will major in Psychology and Communications.

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