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ECCF: 20 Years: celebrating our past ~ inspiring our future This is the 10th in a series of articles on the Elk County Community Foundation (ECCF) during its 20th anniversary
2020 Scholarships Awarded The Elk County Community Foundation awarded a total of 170 scholarships to local students this year, adding up to a sum of nearly $242,000 in scholarship funds.
Van Vranken Scholarships The Van Vranken Scholarship Fund, administered by The Elk County Community Foundation, recently awarded $20,000 to Alicia Kim and Isabella Galbo over 4 years. Alicia is a
Johnsonburg seniors awarded 37 ECCF scholarships The Elk County Community Foundation awarded a total of 170 scholarships to local students this year, adding up to a sum of nearly $242,000
Dr. Inez Stewart Bull was a woman of many interests and talents. Chief among her passions were music, music education and Norwegian-American relations, revolving primarily around her distant cousin, the world-famous violinist Ole Bull. The applicant must be pursuing a degree in the music field at any accredited college with a music department. Preference would be given to piano majors, but if one is not available other music majors will be eligible. Preference would be given to a student who has played in the Ole Bull Music Festival and/or the summer awards concert in New York City. One scholarship will be given annually.
To qualify for this scholarship, you must be a graduate from a high school in Potter, Tioga, Elk, McKean, Cameron or Clinton County. Financial need is an important criteria for this scholarship and the applicant must be pursuing a degree in the music field.