2020 POLONIA PROJECT SCHOLARSHIP
ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP
Each year, one Berks County high school senior is awarded a $1,000 College Scholarship presented by the Polish-American Heritage Association of Berks County
One scholarship each year will be awarded to a Berks County High School Senior whose project is judged by the following criteria:
-Provide evidence that he/she is at least 25% of Polish heritage
-Must provide official high school transcripts with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better
-Complete a personal profile essay which includes accomplishments, activities in and out of school, and future goals, including how you celebrate your Polish heritage
-Submission of a projects in any form based on Polish culture, traditions and/or history. Students are encouraged to explore the Polish heritage and "think outside the box!"
-Project will be judged on content, neatness, accuracy and authenticity
-The application and all required documentation (listed above) including the project must be received in the Cultural Center no later than March 8, 2020.
-Applications for this scholarship are available at Berks County high schools guidance offices, by contacting Ms. Sandy Lubas Hummel at , or in the Polish American Cultural Center. Questions regarding the scholarship guidelines may be directed to Ms Hummel at or call 610-207-7065.
-Announcement of this award will be made in late March, 2020.
2019 Polonia Project Scholarship Winner
Congratulations to Corinne Mammarella, right, of Brandywine Heights High School for being awarded the 2019 Polonia Project Scholarship. Corinne is pictured with Marilyn Wlazewski, left, President, PAHABC