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Harbaugh Scholarship    




The Harbaugh Scholarship Fund was created by the late Eulalie Harbaugh in memory of her parents, George and Ella Longworth Harbaugh, early day Mitchell County citizens and Beloit residents.


The scholarship fund is administered by Trustees, Dean Haddock and Harry Gantenbein.  Scholarships are awarded to high school graduates and students enrolled at a four year institution and to students enrolled at a one or two year institution of higher learning beyond the 12th grade level.  No awards will be given for work beyond a Bachelor’s degree level.  Applicants must be residents of Mitchell County or have graduated from a Mitchell County high school.


Awardees will be paid half of the scholarship per semester or per half year school term.  Recipients must furnish evidence of their school record completed to the committee before the second half will be paid at the beginning of the second term.  If a student drops out of school at any time during the first semester for any reason other than health or hardship, the student will not qualify for the second half of the scholarship.  In all cases, continued qualification (as stated above), will be the sole judgment of the scholarship trustees.


Scholarship applications must be returned by June 1st to Dean Haddock at P.O. Box 87, Beloit, KS 67420.  This is a one year scholarship grant.  Awardees are eligible to re-apply in following years.  Adhering closely to the following instructions will increase the chances of being awarded a scholarship.


Instructions for page one of the application


The applicant is to submit a short, typewritten narrative answer to the following statements.  This page should be carefully and thoughtfully written as the three member selection committee will put great weight on this narrative page.  Do not include any identification on this page!  This selection committee will judge the applications before any identities are known.  


        1. Why I feel I should be considered for this scholarship
        2. My need for it is because
        3. How I plan to use the scholarship funds
        4. My goals for completing my education are
        5. My career goals and objectives are
        6. Include your school and community activities, work experience and GPA



            Instructions for page two of the application


                    1.  Name and address

                    2.  Parent’s name


*  Include your complete transcript from the high school or university you attended this past year.


*   Include a good quality photograph to publish in the newspaper.  



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