Grant Guidelines: Dr. Luis A. Jacome Scholarship Fund
Dr. Jacome spent his life helping others, especially his patients and their families. But he also possessed a deep passion for learning and for playing sports. He believed that both could help one achieve their dreams. This belief led him to share his gift and his love of teaching as a chief resident, as a catechist, and as an assistant basketball coach. The Jacome family hopes that this scholarship will in help an Ichabod Crane student with a passion for sports and an interest in health or science reach their goals. The Dr. Luis A. Jacome Scholarship has been established in memory of Dr. Jacome by his family. The Fund was established in 2009 to honor his memory and to provide an annual scholarship to an Ichabod Crane High School scholar athlete who will pursue a college degree in health or science.
Applicants must be graduating seniors of Ichabod Crane High School who will be entering their first year of a two-year or four-year nationally accredited college or university with a particular interest in the field of health or science.
There will be one award of $1,000 given each year. Awards will be paid the studentís second semester (provided evidence is submitted of being enrolled and in good academic standing).
Applicants will be informed of Berkshire Taconicís decision within two months of the deadline date.
The committee will review requests for scholarships according to the following criteria:
Applications will be reviewed by a Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation Scholarship Committee. This is a committee of area residents who are active in community affairs. Their recommendations will be reviewed by Berkshire Taconicís board of directors.
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