Application: Clarence C. Wood

 

The Clarence C. Wood Scholarship is established in honor of Clarence C. Wood, a 1943 graduate of Pike High School. Clarence graduated from Indiana University in 1950 after serving three years in the U.S. Navy. He spent most of his career in banking, being the first African-American banking center manager for American Fletcher National Bank (AFNB, now Chase Bank). Clarence was dedicated to his family and to Pike Township, living and serving in Pike for more than 80 years. He served in many capacities including MSD Pike Township School Board, treasurer and president; Pike Alumni Association; Pike Historical Society; Pike Lions Club, treasurer and president. His Christian life was one of high character and moral values and of community service. Applicants for this scholarship should be prepared to express how they value community service, volunteering, and giving back to the Pike community.

Scholarship Amount: $1,000 award; must be used for payment of tuition/fees or on-campus housing at the university student chooses to attend.

This award is presented to one senior student who best meets the following criteria:

  1. You must be senior at Pike High School pursuing a Core 40 diploma or higher.
  2. You must demonstrate involvement in community service in the Pike community by participating in a volunteer position over an extended period of time.
  3. You must be making plans to further your education at a college, university, or technical school, and you must meet the necessary entrance requirements of that institution.
  4. You must complete all sections of the application.

Scholarship applications are due at 3:00 p.m. on March 16, 2018. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

Please make sure you meet all the requirements for this scholarship before filling out this form. All fields are required unless otherwise noted. If you need additional space or to send your transcript and letter of acceptance, you may upload a file (Microsoft Word DOC, Adobe PDF, text, JPEG, GIF, or PNG format) using the file upload near the bottom. You may also email these to: scholarships@pike-ef.org


Student Name:

Parent / Guardian Name(s):

Address:

Zip Code:

Phone:

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ESSAY:
The Pike Township Educational Foundation places great emphasis on the applicant’s response to the essay portion of the application. Please prepare an essay of no more than the equivalent of two (2) typed pages. The essay should clearly and succinctly describe your major educational and career goals. Include in your response your most meaningful achievements in community service and leadership, both in and out of school. Discuss a special attribute or accomplishment that sets you apart.

Awards and Activities:
Please identify (in list form) any school or community awards, clubs, and activities to support your application. These activities include Honors and Awards, Performing Arts, Athletics, PHS Extracurricular Activities, Community Sevice.


Name of the Institution You Plan to Attend:

Proposed Field of Study:

Application Status (select one):


Release Your Transcript:

I hereby certify that the information provided in this application is, to the best of my knowledge, complete and accurate. I grant permission to the Pike Township Educational Foundation to verify this information. I also grant permission to PTEF to use excerpts from my application for marketing purposes.

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Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Your application must include the following information: Personal Data, Awards and Activities, Essay, Transcript (uploaded above or emailed to scholarships@pike-ef.org), Letter of Acceptance from college or university (uploaded or emailed if available)

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