This scholarship is designed to assist graduating seniors who wish to continue their education at a college, university or trade school the summer or fall immediately following their high school graduation.
The amount of the scholarship is $2,000. A minimum of three scholarships will be awarded in 2020.
The applicant must submit one complete copy of this application along with supporting documents to
Project Mutual Telephone Co.,Attn: FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP, P. O. Box 366, Rupert, ID 83350 no later than March 31, 2020.
1. The Applicant must intend to continue his/her education at a two or four year accredited college, trade school or university the summer or fall immediately following their high school graduation.
2. The Applicant must be a graduating senior who has made application to an institute of higher learning.
3. The Applicant must provide scores for both the ACT and SAT exams.
4. The successful Applicant will be selected on the basis of the information provided on this form. Need is not necessarily a guideline for selecting scholarship recipients, but all items being equal, it may be used in determining awardees. The major criteria are the student's academic record, demonstrated achievement or leadership and answers to questions on the form.
OTHER Information Needed:
A transcript of grades for the Sophomore, Junior and Senior year to date must accompany this application. The application must be signed and dated by the Applicant prior to the deadline.
2. Two letters of recommendation must accompany this application. One must be from a High School employee; the other must be from a non-family member.
3. The successful Applicant will receive an award in the form of a check made out jointly to the Applicant and the college, university or trade school. The check will be issued on or about August 15, 2020.
4. Successful Applicants will be notified on or before May 5, 2020.
5. Please complete the application on a computer. Hand written applications will not be accepted. This application is available online at www.pmt.org as an MSWord document or from your high school counselor.