Established in loving memory of (Edward) Decker Ayers III, this scholarship will enable Cooperstown High School students an opportunity to pursue a college degree in history.
The mission of the David P. Beere Family Fund is to provide scholarship support for one Owego Free Academy graduating senior entering the armed services or a service academy. This fund is one of a number of sub-funds within the Selrahc Ah-Wa-Ga Legacy Fund. For more details about this family of funds please visit the Selrahc Ah-Wa_Ga Read more
The Black Knight Legacy Fund is dedicated to providing as many scholarships as possible to graduating seniors of Windsor Central High School, and to to help with their pursuit of college or trade-school education.
This fund, established in loving memory of Sally Brooks, will assist a junior or senior high school student with financial need obtain a bachelor’s degree in an English related major from a public or private university in New York state.
This fund was established in memory of Wanda Gallup Busharis (1924-2014), Oneonta High School Class of 1941 and is intended for a student from Oneonta High School who intends to pursue higher education in a health-related field.
The Peter Cronk Scholarship fund will provide a $1,000 scholarship to a Binghamton High School student attending a two or four year college in Fine Arts or English.
The Greene Community Scholarship Fund was established to provide scholarships to graduating seniors of Greene Central High School, assist in their pursuit of college or trade-school education, and to offer non-traditional scholarship opportunities to adults seeking continuing education.
This scholarship fund was established by Dale and Mary Mack, long-time Owego residents. Their children, Kelly and Christopher, graduated from Owego Free Academy, where they received an excellent educational foundation. Dale and Mary believe that education not only helps individuals achieve life goals, but also provides society with better citizens.
Established in 2019 by the generosity of Katherine Matola, this scholarship is available to graduating seniors in Broome County NY who demonstrate documented community service to less fortunate individuals, e.g. the sick, poor, homeless, disadvantaged youths, at-risk youths, the elderly or the infirm.
Established in 2018 to honor the history of the Mello-Dears All-Girls Drum and Bugle Corps and its founder Fred Ford, the fund offers scholarships for female graduating seniors in Tioga, Broome, Chenango, Chemung and Tompkins counties.
Established in loving memory of Sister Joanna Monticello. This memorial scholarship in her memory is an extension of her ministry to help those give back to the community in the spirit of social work.
The Viviana Peña Scholarship Fund was established in 2011 and is given yearly to a graduating senior from Owego Free Academy intending to continue their education, who has served as a positive role model for good decision-making and who has actively encouraged other students to do the same.
Established to honor the Ruff family and their long-lasting love and commitment to the Margaretville community by recognizing and rewarding outstanding youth of the community.
The Selrahc Ah-Wa-Ga Legacy Fund was established in 2012 and focuses on support of Tioga county communities through a number of sub-funds.
This annual award will go to the outstanding graduating senior student in the Johnson City (N.Y.) school district planning a career in music, whose drive and talent are reflective of former Tri-Cities Opera Artistic Director Duane R. Skrabalak (1949-2014).
Established in loving memory of Nick Spawn (1987-2010), the Nicholas Spawn Memorial Upward Bound Scholarship Fund will provide an annual scholarship to aid Upward Bound students with costs associated with college.
Established in loving memory of “Mrs. Stratton” (1954-2014), the Elaine S. Stratton Memorial Scholarship Fund will provide an annual educational scholarship to a graduating senior at Johnson City Central High School.
This fund was created in memory of Johny Stringfield to promote a drug-free lifestyle and encourage high school students to persevere through their circumstances and assist them in pursuing their dreams of continuing education.
Established in loving memory of Alexander Wetzel, this scholarship fund will support Binghamton High School students pursuing study in engineering or computer science at a two or four year college or university.
Established in loving memory of Constance Elwood Wilk (1931 – 2021), the Connie Wilk Scholarship Fund will provide an educational scholarship to a graduating senior from Binghamton High School pursuing studies in the field of healthcare.