SUMMIT, NJ – The Fortnightly Club of Summit has announced the Manley-Wisner Scholarship, a new scholarship made possible by a grant from the Manley-Wisner Foundation and open to any female Summit resident who will be attending a 2-year college, 4-year college, professional, technical or trade school.
Eligibility for the scholarship is based on financial need, academic merit and personal essay.
Applicants may visit the Fortnightly Club website fortnightlyclub.org/scholarship/manley-wisner to download the scholarship application. Once completed, the application and required checklist items must be mailed or dropped off at The Fortnightly Club of Summit – Scholarship Committee, 214 Springfield Avenue, Summit. The scholarship application is due no later than May 15.
Scholarship recipient(s) will be notified in June.
“We are thrilled that the Manley-Wisner Scholarship will be another way that the club can help and recognize female Summit seniors for their hard work and dedication,” said Amanda Ford of The Fortnightly Club.
For any questions regarding the scholarship, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Fortnightly Club of Summit is a nonprofit women’s organization dedicated to volunteerism, fundraising, community service and outreach. Club members are a diverse group of professional women, stay-at-home moms and retirees from Summit, New Providence, Chatham, Short Hills and surrounding communities. The organization is headquartered at Twin Maples historic estate in Summit, New Jersey. The Fortnightly Club is accepting new members. For more information, visit fortnightlyclub.org.
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