TROUTVILLE, Va. (WFXR) — Applications for a $1,000 scholarship fund from the Troutville Volunteer Fire Department is set to expire on Friday, Jan. 15.
The scholarship fund provides educational scholarships to high school seniors living in Botetourt County.
In order for students to qualify for the scholarship, they must adhere to the following guidelines:
- Be a graduating senior and a resident of Botetourt County;
- Plan to pursue a degree and/or a career as a First Responder;
- Show academic/other merit indicating the capability of satisfactorily completing college-level studies;
- Enroll in an accredited two-or-four-year college or university, career, technical or trade school;
- Demonstrate a commitment to community service/volunteerism as evidence by a resume; and
- Write an essay answering the question: “How do you plan to implement your chosen degree path into a career of public service?”
To apply for this scholarship, click here.
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