Anthony A. Martino Memorial Scholarship

The Anthony A. Martino Memorial Scholarship is a scholarship of $10,000 awarded to a high school senior who graduated from The Goddard School. This scholarship is awarded to a graduate who demonstrates the work ethic and perseverance that exemplified Martino's commitment to his career, family and community. Eligibility:-Must be a graduate of a Goddard School Pr-Kindergarten and/or Kindergarten program-Applicant must be a high school senior who is a U.S. citizen, a permanent resident or a non-U.S. citizen living legally in the United States -Applicant must provide one 30- to 120-second video addressing the question, “How did your Goddard School experience influence your career path/education?” Videos longer than 120 seconds will not be eligible for consideration and the application related to them will be considered incomplete.-The written essay and video submitted with each application must be the original work of the applicant, and may not contain the work, including the intellectual property, of others -Applicant must submit a transcript from all high schools attending with his/her application For further details and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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Award Amount: $10,000
Competitive: Yes
Essay required: Yes

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