SCHENECTADY — The Schenectady Foundation is seeking applications for three annual scholarships worth as much as $10,000.
The Schenectady STEM Scholarship — made possible by a gift from the estate of Schenectady High School graduate and engineer Sanford A. Shuler — is worth $5,000 and is available to one graduating Schenectady senior who plans to pursue a college degree in science or engineering.
The Anna Hudson Erbacher Scholarship will be awarded to two graduating seniors from across Schenectady County this year. Each of the awards will be worth $10,000, payable across four years of college. The scholarship is available to students pursuing teaching careers.
Students interested in the scholarships must apply by 5 p.m. on March 17. To learn more about the scholarships or to submit application material, visit schenectadyfoundation.org.
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