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Stepping-Stone Scholarship


Scholarship Value: $12,000
Awards Available: 1

Purpose and History: Established in 2008 to assist promising young people from Knox and Laurel Counties in Kentucky to pursue higher education.

Scholarship Amount: $3,000 per year for 4 years

Eligibility Requirements:

A) Residency Requirement: Knox or Laurel County, (including Barbourville) KY

B) Education Requirement: Graduating seniors, adult students, and GED recipients

C) Field of Study: Not Applicable

D) GPA Minimum: Not Applicable

E) College/Enrollment Requirement: Full-time enrollment at an accredited, public or private, not-for-profit college or university

F) Must demonstrate financial need

G) Additional Requirement: U.S. Citizenship


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