Qualifications

  • Attend an accredited institution of higher education
  • Plan to pursue a career in education
  • Demonstrates active involvement working or volunteering with children outside of school and typical class responsibilities
  • Demonstrates participation in the arts while in school and/or through extracurricular activities
  • Is in good academic standing and demonstrates potential for success
  • Will have unmet financial need
  • Deadline April 1

Qualifications

  • Attend an accredited institution of higher education
  • Plans to pursue major coursework in the area of international studies, including but not limited to international affairs, foreign languages, overseas exchange programs, multicultural studies, or related areas
  • Deadline April 1

Qualifications

  • Attend an accredited institution of higher education
  • Plans to pursue a career as a pharmacist
  • Preference will be given to student(s) graduating from Montoursville Area High School
  • Additional preference will be given to student(s) with a demonstrated commitment to community service
  • Deadline April 1

Qualifications

  • Graduating student at a high school (public, private, parochial, or home-schooled) located in Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Snyder or Union County
  • Attend an accredited college, university or vocational school that offers a two (2) year or four (4) degree or certification program
  • Applicants must complete an online application and answer an additional essay question that is determined by FCFP staff on a year-to-year basis
  • Other than the criteria previously identified, such factors as class rank and grade point average will not be criteria in making a selection unless in the judgement of the selection committee such factors are needed to distinguish between multiple potential candidates
  • Deadline April 1

Qualifications

  • Graduating senior from a public school district in Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Snyder or Union County
  • Attend an accredited college/university, vocational school or trade school and plans to pursue a degree in a construction-related field of study
  • Must have maintained at least a B average
  • Preference given to a student who has background experience related to the construction industry
  • Preference given to a student who intends to study construction technology with a concentration in carpentry or construction management
  • Secondary preference given to a student pursuing a degree in architectural engineering
  • Deadline April 1

Qualifications

  • Attend an accredited institution of higher education
  • Plans to pursue a degree in education
  • Deadline April 1

Qualifications

  • Attend, full-time, an accredited institution of higher education
  • Plans to pursue a degree in music education or a music-related field of study
  • Maintained a grade point average of 80 or higher
  • While unmet financial need and academic accomplishments will be carefully considered, priority will be given to students who exemplify an exceptional passion and aptitude for music, demonstrate the potential to succeed, and who have shared their musical talents with their school, church, and/or the community
  • Must submit a performance piece
  • Deadline April 1

Qualifications

  • Applicants must be a graduate of a private or public high school or an accredited home school or cyber school program who resides in Clinton, Columbia, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Tioga, Snyder, Sullivan, or Union County
  • Applicants must be accepted or currently enrolled into either a full-time accredited undergraduate degree program or accredited technical/trade school and have a demonstrated financial need
  • Applicants should be well rounded students and destined to do well in their chosen field, as demonstrated by their work ethic and/or participation in community and school activities

Preference shall be given as follows:

  • Applicants that are a graduating senior(s) from Clinton, Columbia, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Tioga, Snyder, Sullivan, or Union County pursuing a career in aviation, including but not limited to technical certification as an aircraft & power plant mechanic (A&P), an avionics technician, pilot training leading to advanced certifications, air traffic controller or aeronautical engineer
  • Priority shall be given to a student who resides in Lycoming County
  • Applicants that have graduated from a Clinton, Columbia, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Tioga, Snyder, Sullivan, or Union County private or public school, or an accredited home school or cyber school currently pursuing a career in aviation, including but not limited to technical certification as an aircraft & power plant mechanic (A&P), an avionics technician, pilot training leading to advanced certifications, air traffic controller or aeronautical engineer
  • Priority shall be given to a student who resides in Lycoming County
  • Previously awarded scholarship recipients may reapply for up to three (3) additional years
  • If in any year there are no applicants who are pursuing a career in aviation, preference shall be given to a graduating senior from a Lycoming County high school
  • Deadline April 1

Applicants may include:

  • Young adults who, as a result of legal offenses as juveniles or young adults, have come to the attention of the Lycoming County’s Probation Department
  • Young adults as identified by the Lycoming County Reentry Service Center
  • Young adults as identified by the Lycoming County Children & Youth Services Agency
  • Clients of the Nurse Family Partnership
  • In addition, young adults graduating from a Lycoming County High School who have been identified with at-risk behavior in their school district throughout their secondary education (grades 6 through 12) may be considered

    Qualifications

    • Attend an accredited institution of higher education
    • Achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (B)
    • Well-rounded as demonstrated through involvement in extra-curricular activities, including but not limited to athletics, the arts, school government, community volunteerism or employment
    • Demonstrated academic success and in compliance with the school district’s code of conduct policy
    • Submit letters of recommendation from non-related individuals such as school faculty, district administrative personnel, employer, coach or community member
    • Deadline April 1

    Qualifications

    • Clinton, Lycoming or Sullivan County Public School graduating senior or currently enrolled student
    • Plans to attend or currently attend an accredited college, university, or vocational institution of higher education
    • Plans to pursue a degree in a construction-related field of study
    • Must have achieved a B average
    • Preference shall be given to applicants who are currently a member of a Student Chapter of the National Association of Home Builders. This chapter must have elected officers and a demonstrated program of activities.
    • Deadline April 1

    Qualifications

    • Attend, part-time or full-time, an accredited motorcycle mechanic school
    • Additional consideration for automotive technology, service technician, or welding programs
    • Preference will be given to applicants that have unmet financial need
    • Other than a strong potential for success, such factors as class rank and grade point average will not be criteria in making selection unless in the judgment of the selection committee such factors are needed to distinguish between multiple potential candidates
    • Deadline April 1