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JEF Turnaround Scholarship

Nominations due March 7th

Deadline: March 7, 2022

Jordan Education Foundation requests each one of the (8)) high school Principals, in collaboration with their counselors and staff to select one senior student who has overcome a significant personal hardship, shown marked improvement in academic success and has made a commitment to continue their education beyond high school to receive a $2,000.00 scholarship to the university, college, or trade school of their choice.   

Turnaround Scholarship Selection Criteria:  Please include in your submission noteworthy interactions with teachers, advisors, counselors and administrators as well as the extent of need.

1. Personal Circumstances
Has suffered a significant personal hardship (ie: a tough personal or family circumstance which may have created a period of poor academic performance, poor attitude, etc.)

2. Marked Improvement
Has shown marked improvement in grades, school performance and personal life, is in good standing in the school and community and has triumphed significantly over personal hardship.

3. Commitment to Education
Has made a commitment to continue their education beyond high school and attend a college, university or trade/skill school.

4. Financial Assistance
Deserves financial assistance but has no other means or chance of obtaining any other type of scholarship.

Please submit nomination by MARCH 7, 2022.  One senior student from each high school will be honored and awarded a $2,000 scholarship by Jordan Education Foundation.

Reminder:  The Principal has the ultimate authority for making the selection.  JEF will need a release of information form signed by the student and guardian.  We publish information regarding the student and their circumstances in a program and as part of the recognition.  We will send you that form after you submit the online form to the Foundation.  

Principals: Please call Mike Haynes (801-567-8261) at the Foundation with any questions. 

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