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Lamey-Wellehan Maine Difference Scholarship

Returning to School, Enrolled in College, High School, Nonspecific to course of study
  • Who is Eligible to apply? A Maine student who will be attending a Maine college or university, with both the commitment and ability to have a positive impact on Maine's economy and/or environment.. The student may be in high school, or in the first year after graduation.
  • Scholarship amount: $1000 annually for up to four years of undergraduate study
  • How are the scholarships awarded? All submitted information is reviewed by a key group from the Lamey-Wellehan team.
  • Application process:

    Applications may be obrtained from the LWshoes.com website, or sent by mail or e-mail after request.  All applications must be submitted befor May 30th.   Once applications are submitted by the applicant, the application, school records and letters of recommendation are carefully evaluated. 

  • When can I apply for this scholarship? Applications can be sent in during senior year until May 30th.
  • What is the application deadline? May 30th of the current year.
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