The 2012 PSFCU Scholarship Program For College Students Has Begun!
We are pleased to announce that, as in previous years, PSFCU has begun the new Scholarship Program for college students. The program aims at rewarding young and ambitious PSFCU members who require financial assistance during their college education.
The PSFCU Scholarship Program for college students constitutes a part of the overall PSFCU Scholarship Program. It is an autonomous PSFCU program geared towards both undergraduate and graduate students. Scholarship candidates must be PSFCU members and primary account holders at our Credit Union. They will be assessed by the Committee consisting of college teachers, based on their academic achievements, extracurricular activities, and active involvement in Polish community organizations.
Information concerning this program, eligibility and applications may be obtained under “Scholarship Programs”.
PLEASE NOTE! The deadline for submitting applications by college students is March 15, 2012! Applications must be mailed to:
PSFCU Scholarship Committee
9 Law Drive
Fairfield, NJ 07004
Faxed, e-mailed and hand delivered (left in PSFCU branches) applications will not be considered. Scholarship awards will be deposited directly to recipient’s checking account at PSFCU. If you don’t have a checking account at our Credit Union, please include with your application an Account Change Card requesting the opening of a checking account.
Five additional rewards in the amount of $500 each will be granted to our Credit Union’s most loyal scholarship recipients, those who use internet banking, credit cards and checking accounts, and have had the longest tenure with our Credit Union.*
To obtain additional information, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Ms. Dorota Jankowska at 973-808-3240, ext. 6134 or Ms. Martyna Florczak at 973-808-3240, ext. 6130).
*Special rewards might be subject to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reporting. The rewards will be announced at the scholarship award ceremony.
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