The Newmarket Community Church
Excellence in Community Service Scholarship
About Newmarket Community Church and the Scholarship: Motivated by Christ’s love, the Newmarket Community Church (NCC) continues Christ’s work by serving others in our community, and across the country and the world. We foster a caring atmosphere of dignity, love, support, and respect for all and strive to bring that to everyone. We look for ways to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, care for the sick, and bring a sense of love and light to all. We encourage all youth to develop a generous spirit and sincere kindness such that they will feel motivated to reach out a helping hand to all others. The Excellence in Community Service Scholarship is valued up to $1000.00.
Who Should Apply: Individuals who are enrolling full time in any advanced degree program are eligible to apply for the NCC Excellence in Community Service Scholarship. For example, a candidate could be planning to attend any two-year or four-year program.
Qualifications: The NCC Excellence in Community Service Scholarship is available to individuals who:
Are a graduating senior of Newmarket High School;
Have been accepted to any accredited institution; and
Have a passion for serving others demonstrated by their community service experiences to date.
Name and contact information
Two letters of recommendation: one (1) academic and one (1) personal
A personal essay (minimum of 1000 words) or a video (5 – 8 minutes in length) of you describing what you have learned about yourself and others through your service experiences.
A copy of your letter of acceptance to the institution you plan to attend.
Documentation of community service experiences including location, responsibilities, duration, contact person and contact person’s phone number.
When to Apply: The deadline to apply is June 1, 2020. Applications should be mailed to:
Newmarket Community Church
137 Main Street
Newmarket, NH 03857
Attention: Mission Board
Award Distribution: The award will be presented at the Senior Awards Ceremony at Newmarket High School.