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                                                        TERRY ANDERSON SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM


The scholarship committee, which includes the NFB Board, will consider all complete applications received by the application deadline. The amount of the scholarship awarded (if any) may be a partial or full scholarship depending on the number of applicants, and amount of scholarship funds available. Scholarships are awarded for one per registrant and are only valued for one sport at a time, therefore, individuals must reapply for each year they are requesting assistance. 

NFB is a non-profit organization with a very limited amount of funding available for scholarship athletes. No guarantee of assistance is implied in this application. 


Requirements for eligibility:
• Athlete must be 6th grade or younger and must reside within the Northmont School District.
• Commitment to attend a minimum of 80% of scheduled practices and games.
• Participation by an adult family member in at least 10 hours of voluntary service to NFB during the sport season. Volunteer work will be under the direction of the NFB volunteer coordinator or above.
• Application must be completed by a parent, guardian, or head of household, with all requested information provided. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
• Families are required to participate in any fundraisers offered by the program.
• Scholarship requests must be submitted to NFB no later than the regular registration deadline of October 20th.

Application Process:
• Complete the Terry Anderson Scholarship Application Form, which must be signed by a parent/guardian.
• The NFB Board will contact you in writing one week prior to regular registration end date.
• Scholarship application approval will be based on verification of financial need and availability of scholarship funds.

Other Important Information:
• Scholarships will be provided on a first-come, funding and space available basis.
• Transportation to practice/games and game entry fees are not provided.
• Any additional costs (uniforms, equipment, tournaments, etc). are not provided.
• Scholarships will be provided on a first-come, funding and space available basis.

Consideration will be given to eligible youth meeting one or more of the criteria below. The more information you can provide us the better able we will be to determine hardship. A written request is required. 
• Receiving assistance from programs such as: Food Stamps, Medicaid, SSI, Foster Care, WIC, etc. (Must provide written documentation of participation in these programs)
• Written recommendation by school representatives, social workers, family, or friend of the family.
• Documentation demonstrating an immediate financial hardship.

Northmont Future Bolts does not discriminate based on gender, race, class, economic status, ethnic background, sexual orientation, physical ability, or cultural and religious backgrounds.

Confidentiality: Northmont Future Bolts will use the information on the application only to decide if your child qualifies to receive a partial or full scholarship for eligible athletic activities. Confidentiality will be maintained at all times. Applicants are guaranteed that personal finances will not be discussed outside of the NFB Board. Coaches, instructors or program leaders will not be informed of a participant’s financial or scholarship status. 

*Please note: Approval of a scholarship does not register the participant in the activity. You must still register the athlete in the sport desired

 

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