Chariton Valley Scholarship

Chariton Valley annually awards scholarships to exceptional students for their first year of college or vocational school. We have awarded nearly $80,000 dollars in scholarships since its inception. Chariton Valley is committed to strengthening our rural communities, building lasting relationships and helping promising students pursue their dreams. Eligibility requirements and the online application can be found at https://www.frs.org/programs/youth-programs/scholarships. Please note it is a requirement that the students’ parents or guardians be a Chariton Valley phone, internet or cable customer.

Students who complete this application are eligible for the Chariton Valley’s local $500 scholarships, as well as several Foundation for Rural Service national scholarships ranging from $1500-$7000. Students who express interest to return to the rural community upon graduation are especially encouraged to apply. A complete eligibility requirements list can be found on the application.

Congratulations to the 2023 Chariton Valley Telephone Cooperative Scholarship Recipients!

Baylor
Montgomery

Brookfield

Baylor is the son of Ryan and Valerie Montgomery and plans to attend the University of Missouri-Columbia to study Agriculture.

Makenna Stundebeck

Salisbury

Makenna is the daughter of Jill and Russ Stundebeck and plans to attend the University of Missouri – Columbia to major in Agriculture.

Congratulations to the 2023 Chariton Valley Communications Scholarship Recipients!

Kolton Garner

Hallsville

Kolton is the son of Nicole Lynn Garner. He has signed to play Basketball at Central Methodist University and will be majoring in Sports Medicine/Management.

Nora Hark

Hannibal

Nora is the daughter of Amy Land and John Hark and will be attending the University of Toledo, Ohio where she will continue track and field training in Javelin as well as majoring in Exercise Science with plans to become a physical therapist/ athletic trainer.

Hannah Rice

Brunswick

Hannah is the daughter of Tim and Diane Rice. Having also won the $5,000 JSI Scholarship, she will be attending the University of Missouri-Columbia and majoring in Biochemistry on the pre-med track.