October 27, 2015

High School Seniors! Call for entries! 2015-2016 Hutt Scholarship

LMCU’s 26th annual Lloyd F. Hutt Scholarship essay contest kicks off for 2015-16 with an essay question that should stir some interesting responses. Established in 1991, this program awards ten $2,000 grants to be used toward the future academic goals of its winners.

For 2015-16, entrants are charged with writing a 750-1,500 word essay, answering the question: What should people remember that is too often forgotten?

Essays will be evaluated by an independent panel of judges, with more attention paid to creativity, clarity and originality than mechanical or grammatical proficiency.

Application deadline is January 31, 2016. Winners will be announced in May 2016. Interested high school seniors must complete an application available online at lmcu.org. Questions can be directed to LMCU’s Matt Cook, AVP of Community Relations.

If you know any high school seniors with a flair for creativity, originality and vision, let them know about this remarkable scholarship opportunity!

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