For a man who lived in Chinook only a short span of his life, Lloyd D. Sweet created a legacy that has changed a multitude of lives. No one would have dreamed that his inquiry about a local scholarship fund in 1971, would eventually be a very substantial scholarship foundation available to any graduate of Chinook High School. In 1988 Lloyd D. Sweet Passed away in Watsonville, California. To all graduates of Chinook High School, he will be remembered for the generosity that changed many lives. Approximately 60 scholarships are awarded each year ranging from $500 to $2,400.
The Lloyd D. Sweet Educational Foundation is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization that qualifies for charitable donations.
To be eligible the candidate must fit under all of these categories:
1. The applicant must be a graduate of Chinook High School.
2. All graduates of Chinook High School planning to attend any of the following approved schools will be eligible as recipients: Vocational Schools, Junior Colleges, Four Year Colleges, and any other approved institutions that would prove beneficial to the applicant in furthering their education and/or developing of a future profession.
3. A scholarship recipient must maintain a 2.00 GPA in a college or vocational school and must be a full time student with a minimum of 12 credits.
Graduate students that are considered full time, with less than 12 credits, must provide verification from their school of full time status.
Courses on a pass/fail basis may be considered if they apply to a particular academic area.
4. It is recommended that current graduates submit their ACT scores.
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