(The Holy Redeemer Men’s Club Scholarship)
The Holy Redeemer Men’s Club has established the McCarron-Mishalow Scholarship in honor of Misters Bob McCarron and George Mishalow. The intent of the scholarship is to assist students in participating in activities that will help develop Catholic leadership within our youth. Any current 6th through 11th grade student may apply for a scholarship.
Three thousand dollars in scholarships will be awarded. One $1500 scholarship will be awarded at the secondary level. One $750 scholarship will be awarded at the junior high level and up to $750 will be awarded to assist students wishing to attend leadership conferences, camps, etc.
McCarron-Mishalow Memorial Scholarship Guidelines
The intent of the McCarron-Mishalow Memorial Scholarship is to assist students in participating in activities that will help develop Catholic leadership within our youth. The awarding of such scholarships will be guided by the following guidelines:
Use of Funds
The scholarships may be used for a variety of activities including, but not limited to the following:
- Registration and expenses related to attending conferences, summer camps, seminars, etc.
- Expenses related to attending functions such as World Youth Day
- Tuition and expenses related to obtaining a Catholic education
- Two or more of the above activities may be combined in an application
Number of Scholarships to be given:
- One $1500 for current 9th through 11th grade students
- One $750 for current 6th through 8th grade students
- One or more smaller scholarships for conference attendance, seminars, etc. $750 total
Submission of Applications
All applications must be submitted digitally no later than April 1, 2019. Applications can be made at https://goo.gl/forms/iwJ826poomFnMOPt2 . Both student and parent must digitally sign the application. A copy of the most recent (generally the first semester) report card must be attached. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Scoring of Applications
The applications will be scored by two independent readers. In cases of tied scores a third reader will also score the applications. Each application will be scored as follows: (50 points max)
Citizenship: 1 point per activity (10 point max.)
Leadership: 1 point per activity (10 point max.)
Report Card: Up to 5 points for grades and up to 5 points for comportment (10 point max.)
Essay Questions: Max of 5 points possible for each question: 1 point for grammar; 1 point
for spelling; and up to 3 points for content
A total of 20 points may be earned for the four essay ques