The purpose of this scholarship is to promote interest in the architectural and social history of the Sandwich community as reflected in the town's historic properties. All high school seniors and home-schooled students, who are residents of Sandwich, MA are eligible to apply.
Students will choose one of ten properties to make a presentation on - which are found at the scholarship provider's website. The material may be presented in any format the student chooses. A copy of the presentation must be submitted to be eligible. Submitted presentations will be copied and provided to the Sandwich Historian at the Sandwich Public Library.Any participating Realtor or SRSF Committee member can assist the student or the family in developing an application for the scholarship program.For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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