Regina L. Milio Scholarship Application
PURPOSE OF FUND
The Maryland Association for Adult Community and Continuing Education Regina L. Milio Scholarship Fund offers assistance to qualified individuals pursuing post–secondary education and training.
NATURE OF SCHOLARSHIP
Each scholarship provides $500 for tuition, fees, or books. Scholarships are awarded annually as the fund permits.
METHOD OF SELECTION
Selection of scholarship recipients is based upon interest in lifelong learning, recommendation from a sponsoring adult education program, academic record (score of 300 or 3000 on the GED 2002 series or better), and documentation of acceptance to the applicant’s chosen institution.
Applications must be sent to the Maryland Association for Adult Community and Continuing Education to the attention of: Michelle Frazier, Maryland Division of Workforce Development and Adult Learning, 1100 N. Eutaw Street, Room 120, Baltimore, MD. 21201. The Scholarship Fund Committee will make selection of the scholarship recipients in May.
The Scholarship Fund Committee will notify the selected recipients, the sponsoring Adult Education Program, and the appropriate MAACCE Council President. Checks will be mailed to the scholarship recipients’ chosen institution.
SCHOLARSHIP FINANCIAL SUPPORT
Donations received by MAACCE for the Regina L. Milio Scholarship Fund Awards are the primary financial support of the Scholarship Fund. This award is in honor of Regina L. Milio, who had a deep commitment to enhance the lives of individuals, seeking to better their lives through alternative education. Individuals or organizations may make contributions, at any time, to the Scholarship Fund.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants are eligible upon completion of the following criteria:
Applicant must have passed the GED tests with a score of 3000 or better.
Applicant must be a former student of a Maryland funded Adult Education and Family Literacy Program, and be sponsored by that program.
Applicants must be currently accepted or enrolled into a post-secondary education or training institution accredited by Maryland Higher Education Commission.
Application, to be considered, MUST be completed with signatures in all three indicated areas.
Forward complete application packet to:
Division of Workforce Development and Adult Learning
1100 N. Eutaw Street, Room 120
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
For more information, contact Michelle Frazier at 410-767-0161 or firstname.lastname@example.org