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Allen Lichliter Memorial Scholarship Application

INFORMATION FOR ALLEN LICHLITER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Allen Lichliter Memorial Scholarship Fund was established from donations made in Memory of Allen Lichliter, an amazing husband, daddy, grandpa, and friend to many. Allen believed that if you loved life and tried, you could do anything.  His accomplishments spoke to what he believed, as Allen loved his job and always did his best, even without a college degree. Allen went from starting as an oil rigger all the way to being a supervisor and consultant within his company. His work ethic demonstrates that if you love life, if you try hard, and if you dedicate yourself, you can succeed.

The Allen Lichliter Memorial Scholarship provides a one-time scholarship of $1,000.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Applicants must be a current year graduate from Montezuma-Cortez High School, Dolores High School, Dove Creek High School or Mancos High School, that has the love and desire to continue a higher education.
  • Clearly communicated educational goals and objectives
  • Strong evidence of desire to succeed
  • Participation in various school activities and/or community involvement
  • GPA of 2.0 or Higher
  • Self-awareness

APPLICATION FORM INSTRUCTIONS:

  • All Application items may not apply to you, but complete as much information as possible.
  • Handwritten applications WILL NOT be accepted.
  • Incomplete applications MAY NOT be accepted.
  • Fill in the blanks where indicated and instructed. A brief answer is one or two sentences. A short answer is two or three paragraphs or less than 150 words.
  • SUBMITTAL DEADLINE IS APRIL 1.
  • All items except for test scores must be submitted by this date. Except as expressly permitted by the Allen Lichliter Memorial Scholarship Advisory Committee, no additional information will be accepted after this date.

 APPLICATION REVIEW PROCESS:

  • The Scholarship Advisory Committee reviews and evaluates each application.
  • Based on the Scholarship Advisory Committee evaluation, the applicant will be awarded a scholarship applied to tuition.
  • The scholarship recipients will be honored at local award ceremonies.
  • Letters of award confirmation will describe administrative details of the award.
  • The Allen Lichliter Memorial Scholarship Advisory Committee will never sell or provide ANY information to list companies or other organizations. We consider your information to be confidential and we will keep all submitted information private.

The Scholarship Committee may interview informally the top candidates to learn more about educational and personal goals and characteristics of the candidates that are difficult to convey in a written application

  • PART ONE - - Applicant Information

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  • Educational Goals & Objectives:

    Please answer the following questions thoroughly and with completeness using short answers (2-3 paragraphs, roughly 150 words).
  • What are your college choices and/or Trade School choices? Discuss why you are considering attending those schools.
  • What will be your major area(s) of concentration? What specific career(s) interest you?
  • What do you see yourself doing / accomplishing in five to ten years that would utilize your college degree?
  • PART TWO - - Your chance to shine!

    The committee wants to know about your educational goals and objectives. Please answer the following questions thoroughly and with completeness using short answers (2-3 paragraphs, maximum of 150 words each).
  • You can either (1) Discuss your best subjects in school. Why you believe that you did well in that area of study? or (2) Discuss the subjects in school that you did not care for or may have had struggles. How were you able to overcome those struggles to make it through the subject?
  • Describe a personal experience that you thought was wrong or when you were treated unfairly. Why do you think it happened, how did you respond, and what happened because of your actions?
  • In addition to classes in school, in what other areas have you acquired knowledge or life skills? What have you achieved in those areas? How do you manage your time and set priorities?
  • Please list and describe briefly if you have received any (1) academic honors or awards and/or (2) non-academic honors or awards. List club memberships. Include school, civic, honorary, fraternal and religious organizations in which you are active.
  • If you have been involved in community service or volunteer work, list the organization(s) you served, the total number of hours and a brief statement about what you did.
  • List and describe your employment experience(s).
  • PART THREE - - Additional Requirements

    The following items must be submitted with you application as your complete application package.
  • Max. file size: 50 MB.
    Please include school activities/honors, community volunteer activities/honors, and work experience. Resume should cover the last four years and must include dates.
  • Max. file size: 50 MB.
  • Max. file size: 50 MB.
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    Max. file size: 50 MB, Max. files: 3.
      You should include a letter of recommendation from a teacher in your area of interest, a letter from a mentor or an advisor, your employer, and so forth. Please DO NOT include letters from parents of siblings.
    • Max. file size: 50 MB.
      Please provide the letter of acceptance from the school you are planning to attend.
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