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Credit Union Scholarships 2021

Get $1,000 Towards Your Education

Are you headed off to college or trade school in 2021?  Well FedFinancial is pleased to announce our college scholarship to make it easier for you to meet tuition costs. The $12,000 Credit Union College Scholarship Program for 2021 is now accepting applications!  College-bound members are eligible to apply for one of ten $1,000 essay-based scholarships - one $1,000 video-based scholarship; and one $1,000 photo-based scholarship. 

And, yes, you may apply in all three categories!

Deadline for applications is March 31, 2021.  Scholarship winners will be announced in May 2020.
This year’s essay topic:
“How do credit unions demonstrate the phrase, “Not For Profit, Not For Charity, But For Service?”

This year’s video topic:
“Create a 60-second video showing how credit unions help families achieve their financial goals.”

This year’s photo theme is:
“Improving Lives”

Any member of FedFinancial entering their freshmen through senior year of college or trade school may apply.  

“We’re pleased to offer this opportunity for our young members,” said Jonathon Rhodes, President/CEO.  “The awardees receive needed financial assistance to help them meet their tuition expenses and the application topics stimulate innovative and useful responses to help us better serve our college-aged members.”


Applications are accepted online at:

cufound.org/scholarship

FedFinancial, the Credit Union Foundation MD|DC, and its generous supporters cooperate to make this scholarship program possible.