George A. Frampton/Cornhusker Bank Scholarship for LHS

The George A. Frampton/Cornhusker Bank Scholarship for Lincoln High School was created by Cornhusker Bank in 1999 to honor the life of George A. Frampton. Mr. Frampton devoted his life to banking, starting his career in Lincoln in 1914. He worked for several banks over the years and in 1948 purchased the Farmer’s State Bank of Davey. He moved the bank to Lincoln, renamed it Cornhusker Bank and served as its president until 1975. Mr. Frampton passed away in 1981, but members of his family are still actively involved with Cornhusker Bank.

To apply, you must be a graduating senior of Lincoln High School in Lincoln, Nebraska; enroll full-time at a public or private four-year Nebraska college or university (12 credit hours); received a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) or a “C+” average or better in their high school graduating class; demonstrate qualities of leadership, good character, and citizenship; demonstrate an interest in business through choice of classes, work experience, or extra-curricular activities. Applicants must have been, or are actively, involved in at least two extra-curricular activities or sports programs while high school students. Applicants must demonstrate need of financial assistance to continue their education. (If two or more candidates for a scholarship exhibit equal qualifications, the student exhibiting the greatest financial need shall be given preference in the selection).

REQUIRED WITH APPLICATION:
1. High school transcript(s) (copies of transcripts are acceptable).
2. First page of your FAFSA Report.
3. Two (2) letters of recommendation (no more than one year old). One letter must be from a teacher or counselor, and the other can be from a clergy member, employer, neighbor, etc. (letters from family members are not acceptable).

Award
$1,000
Deadline
03/15/2018
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please submit two (2) letters of recommendation. (No more than one year old.) Letters must be written by teachers, counselors, case workers, clergy, employers, neighbors, etc. (Letters from family members are not acceptable.)
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