Skilled Trades Scholarship

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Selection of Recipient
The Selection Committee will interview candidates based on nominations presented by teachers and staff of FHS. Candidates will participate in an interview with the selection committee. Academic and extracurricular information play a secondary role in helping the Selection Committee get a fuller picture of the applicant, but these are not the basis on which the award is determined. Financial need does not play a role in determining the award winner.

 

The Selection Committee reserves the right to decide, on a case-by-case basis, to contact applicants for phone interviews or to request additional materials. The award will be presented at the Senior Awards Night.

 

Payment of Scholarship
The Franklin Educational Foundation will process the scholarship award and mail it directly to the recipient’s post-secondary educational institution. Funds will be disbursed directly to the school in August or September 2022 for the Fall semester. It will be the student’s responsibility to submit to the Foundation at that time proof of enrollment, which includes their student ID#.

 

Franklin Educational Foundation Skilled Trades Award

$1,500 scholarship awarded to a Franklin High School Senior wishing to pursue a vocational or skilled trades program.

Application Deadline: Teacher Nomination form due by March 18, 2022. Nominated students will receive invitation for scholarship interview to be held at FHS.

This award goes to a student who plans to pursue a career in the skilled or vocational trades. This award is not a traditional scholarship focused on rewarding academic achievement or supporting financial need.

Applicants for this scholarship are submitted through FHS staff and teacher recommendations.  If you are interested in this scholarship, please connect with one of your FHS teachers or staff members who is familiar with your work. Students nominated by teachers for this scholarship will be reviewed by the selection committee and possibly interviewed by the committee in early April.