The SCNV Collegiate Scholarship program has been established to assist eligible SCNV members who are graduating high school seniors intending to pursue a college education during the upcoming academic year. The scholarship(s) are intended to honor skaters who have shown dedication to the sport of figure skating by testing and/or competing, or for those who represent SCNV through maintaining a skating training regimen, who set consistent standards of good citizenship and sportsmanship, and who achieved academically. The SCNV Collegiate Scholarship program is also intended to promote long-‐term membership in SCNV and to encourage figure skating after high school. The scholarship(s) will be offered for full-time undergraduate study at an accredited institution of the student’s choice
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Applicants must satisfy the following:
Be a Primary Member (full or associate) of SCNV in the current year;
SCNV has been the skater’s home club for at least the three previous years, one year of which the skater must have subscribed to Club Ice (Theatre on Ice or Membership in National Blades is considered subscribed);
Be a member in good standing with U.S. Figure Skating;
Be a high school graduating senior; and
Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two-‐year or four-‐year college, university or vocational-‐technical school for the entire upcoming academic year.
Application Requirements: (1) Application form (2) High School Transcript (cumulative through 7th semester), and 500 to 750 word essay on the topic Life Lesson(s) of Skating.
Essay topic description: the applicant must write an essay consisting of 500 to 750 words that describes a lesson or lessons learned from his/her skating experience that can be applied to other areas of the skater’s life, past, present and potential future implications.
Interested students must submit the complete application form, essay and a current and complete transcript of grades which includes the 7th semester (first semester of the senior year) to SCNV Awards Committee submitted/postmarked no later than March 29, 2020.