There are no strings attached, however, since the money for the Grant in Aid fund comes from the Clinton County area, it would be nice if you could, upon graduation, work in this area or help to sponsor other candidates through your donation to the fund or help benefit our community through their work.
It will be called a Grant instead of a scholarship and will be given for the applicant to use to the best of their advantage.
$1000 will be given by the end of June. Applicants may re-apply every year, but their grades must be at least average.
Award can only be received one time.
Deadline: Applications will be made available in March each year. Applications are to be received by May 1, 2022. Applications may be applied for at a later date only in exceptional cases.
Only current residents of Clinton County are eligible to apply. Schools attended need not be an Illinois school. Grants will be made known by the end of May this year.
Award will be given in June, specific date will be determined at a later date. Your presence is preferred.
Any questions concerning the Grant in Aid applications may be directed to the Director of Volunteer Services at HSHS St. Joseph's Hospital Breese, Chris Gebke at 618-526-5351.