Bryan Miller Memorial Scholarship

Adams County Community Foundation

Bryan Miller Memorial Scholarship is provided to a resident of Adams County. The applicant must be a graduating senior of Adams Central or North Adams High School. The scholarship grants 3 non-renewable funds of $1,000 each awardee.

Key Information

Eligibility Requirements

  • Age/Grade Level:
    Applicant must be a graduating high school senior.
  • Financial Need:
    Not Mentioned
  • Residence:
    The scholarship is open to residents of Adams County.
  • School:
    Applicants must be attending Adams Central or North Adams High School.
  • College:
    The awardee must plan to attend an accredited college in fall.
  • Extracurricular:
    The scholarship is given based on the students involvement in their church, youth group.

Application Details

  • Transcript:
  • Resume/Activity List:
    Not required
  • Essay:
    Essay Requirements: Student must submit 6 copies (total) of the essay to the Foundation. Submit essays separate from your application. Length / Font: maximum two pages, double spaced, margins: 1 / 12 (maximum), 10 (minimum) Author: Students name, high school, and anticipated college in the upper right corner. Essay title:Bryan James Miller Memorial Scholarship (centered)When evaluating the Bryan James Miller essays, the selection committee will look for the description of behavior or the lifestyle of the applicant. The scholarship committee will review how an applicant handled a situation and/or how the applicant possesses one or more of the key qualities and values admired in Bryan. Applicants may choose to address and give examples using one or two of the following qualities/values: Faith: Bryan had a very strong faith and was involved in his churchs youth ministry programs. Give an example of how your faith has impacted your life.Honesty: Bryans strong morals and integrity were admirable. Give an example of an experience you had that questioned your honesty, but you made a good choice to exercise honesty & integrity.Humor: Bryans friends often shared stories of Bryans humor and wit. Courteous or polite humor is a trait often appreciated. Describe an example of an incident where you exercised good taste in a humorous situation.Family and friends: Bryans was very close to his family and friends. Rarely would he be alone. He loved his parents, sister, grandparents and friends. His family treasured the time they spent together.In this essay, please give a personal illustration(s) of how your life resembles Bryans, and /or an example of how your attitude and/or life experiences best parallels these endearing values describing Bryans qualities. For a completed essay, please address only one or two virtues in your essay (max. two pages).
  • Recommendation Letters:
    Two letters of recommendation (in compliance with the instructions as shown on the application).
  • Other Materials:
    Submit 10 copies of the application packet following the instructions as listed on the application.

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