To provide educational resources to students who have shown grit/fortitude and plan to pursue a career in public service.
- Be a high school graduating senior, graduate (or equivalent) of Auburn High School or Roosevelt Community Education Center;
- Plan to pursue a career in public service.
- Preference may be given to students who attend or plan to attend community college. A community college is defined as a 2-year institution.
Learn more about the Dori Drummond and Elsie Cherniwchan Service Scholarship.
This scholarship is administered by the Community Foundation of Northern Illinois (CFNIL). CFNIL's scholarship application opens December 1 and closes February 1 every year. Learn more about CFNIL's scholarship program and application process at www.cfnil.org/scholarships
Questions about this scholarship? Contact CFNIL at firstname.lastname@example.org