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Dayton Daily News Community Solutions Scholarship

Dayton Daily News Community Solutions Scholarship was established in 2005 in honor of Mike Peters in the spirit of civic engagement. Mr. Peters is a political and comic strip cartoonist. He began his career working at the Dayton Daily News in 1969. In 1981 he was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for political cartooning. His political cartoons appear in papers across the country, and he also writes the award-winning Mother Goose and Grimm comic strip. Also check on Adam Broock Scholarship.

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Dayton Daily News Community Solutions Scholarship

Dayton Daily News Community Solutions Scholarship overview

This are the common information about this scholarship.

EligibilityDetails
Level:High school junior or senior
Minimum Age:None.
Required GPA:None.
Eligibility Country:United state,
Gender:All.
Race/Ethnicity:None
Scholarship Deadline:March 8, 2024

Requirement for Dayton Daily News Community Solutions Scholarship

This are the basic requirement for this scholarship:

  • Be a graduating senior from a high school in the Miami Valley Eligible counties: Montgomery, Greene, Miami and Warren
  • Demonstrate the ability to succeed academically
  • Be accepted to attend a two- or four-year accredited college or university
  • Demonstrate how you have worked to solve a community problem/need and be able to explain the impact and/or future plans for solving the problem.

Benefits

The winners of this scholarship will receive the sum $1,000 and other stipends for proper navigation into college.

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Five fact about this scholarship

  1. Established in 2005 in honor of political cartoonist Mike Peters.
  2. Open to graduating seniors in the Miami Valley region.
  3. Requires a demonstration of academic success.
  4. Emphasizes civic engagement and problem-solving in the community.
  5. No specified scholarship amount, but it supports attendance at accredited colleges or universities.

How to apply

To apply Explain a community project that you have worked on that is designed to solve a community problem or meet a need. Explain the project, the impact of the project and any future plans. Examples of projects may include a volunteer experience/project, a senior capstone project or a project through a church or community group.

Website: https://daytonfoundation.academicworks.com/opportunities/8617

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