TCT FCU Now Accepting College Scholarship Applications
TCT FCU is offering college-bound high school seniors the opportunity to compete for statewide college scholarships through the New York Credit Union Association’s College Scholarship Program. Scholarships may be used at a two- or four-year accredited educational institution. In 2022, the New York Credit Union Association awarded $33,750 in college scholarships, ranging from $500 to $1,500, to 45 students. TCT awarded $9,000 in college scholarships to 10 high school seniors.
Students can take advantage of this opportunity by completing these steps:
- Download an Application
- The student will need to contact TCT Federal Credit Union directly to obtain a credit union verification code to verify eligibility. If the student is not a member of TCT FCU, he/she can request a membership packet or Open an Account online.
- Complete the application form and required essay and obtain the required transcripts, along with the signature of a parent or guardian.
- Upload and submit the completed application and supportive materials online no later than January 7, 2023.
There is no fee for submitting an application, but applicants MUST be:
- members of TCT FCU;
- college-bound high school seniors at the time of application; and
- attending either a two- or four-year accredited educational institution for the first time in the fall of 2023.
In early spring, applications will be judged against other submissions statewide. Winners will be announced in May.
For more information about this scholarship program, contact TCT Community Relations Manager, Jeannie Dickinson by emailing email@example.com.
2022 TCT Scholarships Awarded to 10 Members
TCT Federal Credit Union has awarded $9,000 in college scholarships to 10 high school seniors to help finance their college education.
May 16, 2022, Milton, NY — The students, members of TCT FCU, were chosen based on their outstanding academic and extracurricular achievements.
“We are very pleased to award these scholarships to our hard-working young members,” said Jeannie Dickinson. “It proves that the ‘people helping people' philosophy of the credit union movement is alive and well here in our communities.”
The high school seniors who received the awards were: Lauren Chuhta, JadaLynn LeBarron, and Dillon Hughes of Cambridge, Anita Preuss, Natalie DeJohn, and Allyson Eicher of Queensbury, Katie Lindsay and Hanna DeLoriea of Fort Edward, Madigan Carner of Greenwich and Autumn Fleming of Salem, NY.
TCT has organized an awards presentation date for the recipients and their families to attend in early June.
TCT was founded in 1959 by educators in Cambridge, NY. Born out of the desire for teachers to join each other to live better lives, we honor that legacy by strengthening our community through financial services and education.
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