Marine Corps League, Dept. of NY, Scholarship Page
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THE Dept..Scholarship Committee at its office in Levittown NY 5/17/17 left to right
PNC PDC LOU LOEVEN
PCDD PDC ED GALLAGHER.Please Note
Marine Gallagher has joined the Hevenly Guard
August 2017. He will be missed by all who knew this Great Marine.
PNVC PDC KEN O'BRIEN
DEPARTMENT OF NEW YORK MARINE CORPS LEAGUE
UNCOMMON VALOR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
I. PURPOSE: To provide financial assistance for the higher education of children, grandchildren, and dependents, of members of the Department ofNew York, Marine Corps
League, whose current tenure is five (5) or more year's continous membership in the Department of New York, Marine Corps League.
2. SCHOLARSHIPS: It is expected that one or more scholarships will be awarded annually at the Department of New York State Convention. (June of Each Year)
(A) The applicant must-be graduating from a high school or its equivalent with a scholarship standing in the class. The applicant must have graduated, or be in his/her
high school senior year, or already attending college. (A General Equivalency Diploma (GED) is acceptable.)
(B) The applicant must authorize his/her high school, or equivalent, to make available such information as the committee shall need. An official transcript on
high school stationery is desired.
4. SELECTION OF SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS:
(A) The winners shall be selected by the committee.
(B) Selections will be based on the rank in high school class and other potentialities for success in college or other schools of higher education.
(C) Results of the forthcoming competition will be made to all candidates at the Department Convention. (June of Each Year).
5. SELECTION OF SCHOOL:
(A) Scholarship winners have the privilege of attending any approved college, university or other institute of higher education, including vocational and
technical schools, as they shall choose.
(B) The winners themselves must conduct whatever negotiations are required for admission to the school of their choice.
6. OBLIGATIONS OF SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS:
(A) Scholarship winners must enter school not later than the forthcoming fall term of the year the award is made.
(B) Students must complete sufficient semester hours each year in order to graduate in the normal period of attendance.
7. CONTINUANCE OF SCHOLARSHIP;
(A) A scholarship winner will be awarded one scholarship at a time.
(B) If he/she maintains satisfactory personal and academic standards during the year, he/she may be considered for renewal of the scholarship by submitting
an application for renewal.
(C) Grandchildren may receive only one, non-renewable award.
8. ADMINISTRATION OF THE PROGRAM:
(A) The administration of the fmancing of the program will be derived from funds set aside by the Department ofNewYork, Marine Corps League for that purpose.
(B) The committee has full authority to make rules and regulations governing the program.They will make all final decisions on all matters arising in
connection with the program.
(C) The Department of New York and/or the committee assume no responsibility for the personal conduct or debts of scholarship winners or candidates,
and shall not be liable therefor in any manner.
9. MEMBERSIDP OF THE COMMITTEE:
(A)The Scholarship Committee shall consist of a Chairman, to be appointed each year by the Department Commandant, and four Past Department Commandants,
preferably from the Department Board of Auditors.
(B)The Department Adjutant/Paymaster shall be consulted to assure that the requirements of Article
I of these rules are met.
10. SCHOLARSIDP AWARD:
(A)The amount of the award each year will be contingent and governed by the amount of money available in the scholarship fund at the final Department
meeting prior to the Department Convention. This meeting will adjudge the amount of the scholarship for that year.
(A) Applications for the current year must be requested by the applicant, from any member of the Committee. Applications will be made
available in February of each year
(B) Applications must be submitted to the Department of New York Scholarship Chairman not later than May 1st, each year.
(C) The current mailing address for the application is: Lewis W Loeven, Chairman
Uncommon Valor Scholarship Program
3556 Raven Street
Levittown, NY 11756-5026
Kenneth O'Brien, Co-Chairman
Uncommon Valor Scholarship Program
166 Llewelleyn Place
Staten Island, NY I 0310
(D) DONATIONS TO THE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: Make donations payable to:Department Of New York MCL Foundation noted "scholarship" and mail to the
Scholarship Chairman, the Department Paymaster or to the Department Foundation Treasurer.
(The Foundation is a 501 (C) 3 charitable organization under IRS rules.)
Modified 14 January 2014
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