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John T. Donelon Scholarship


Scholarship Value: $4,000
Awards Available: 1

A scholarship for sons and daughters of NALC members honoring the late John T. Donelon, longtime assistant to three NALC national presidents, was announced in 2003. Donelon's wife Louise established the Donelon Scholarship as a bequest in her will.

The $1,000 scholarship is renewable for four years. Eligibility criteria for the scholarship is identical to criteria used for the William C. Doherty scholarships and winners will be selected by the NALC Scholarship Committee, the Committee that also administers the Doherty Scholarships. Interested students should complete the application form to request information about both the Doherty and Donelon Scholarships.


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John T. Donelon Scholarship
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