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01/31/2002 - ConoverBond Development Offers Scholarships

Beginning this spring, Spokane students will have a new source of scholarship funding.  A total of five scholarships, ranging from $50 to $1500, will be offered to students who show need, academic aptitude and interest in specific areas.  The five scholarships are:  John Stone Development Scholarship, John Farris Scholarship, Dr. Gary Livingston Education Technology Scholarship, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Brewster Memorial Scholarship, and Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gaeddert Memorial Scholarship. Each scholarship is one-time only, and like many such offerings, there are some strings attached

Two scholarships, the John Stone Development Scholarship and the John Farris Scholarship, are specifically for students attending the Information Technologies Academy (IT Academy) in the Terabyte Triangle.  The John Stone Development Scholarship is for an amount between $50 and $500 and is for students who are currently attending or plan to attend the IT Academy.  Students must show proof of need, and the money is to be used for books, transportation, or parking while at the IT Academy.

The John Farris Scholarship is for an amount between $50 and $250 and has the same requirements as the John Stone Development Scholarship.  The student must be currently attending or planning to attend the IT Academy located in the Holley Mason building in the Terabyte Triangle.

The Dr. Gary Livingston Education Technology Scholarship is for $1,000.  The winning student must be currently attending the IT Academy, have a GPA between 3.0 and 3.75 and have been accepted to attend one of a specific set of universities (see www.conoverbond.com).  Students with an interest in computer technology or a career in teaching are encouraged to apply.

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Brewster Memorial Scholarship is for $1,500.  Applicants may be high school seniors or already attending a four-year university.  However, the applicant must be a Lewis & Clark High School student or graduate, an IT Academy student, or a student at one of a specific group of universities.  The successful applicant must have a GPA between 3.0 and 3.75, and have been accepted into one of a specific group of universities.  Deaf or hearing-impaired students are encouraged to apply for this scholarship, as are students interested in careers in medicine, engineering, teaching, aviation, or construction.

The Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gaeddert Memorial Scholarship has a stipend of $1,500.  The applicant requirements are the same as for the Brewster Memorial Scholarship.  Encouraged to apply are students with a Mennonite family history, and those interested in careers in teaching.


Rob Brewster is president of ConoverBond Development.  The firm specializes in urban redevelopment, and its Terabyte Triangle properties include the Hutton, Montvale, and Holley Mason Buildings. .  For complete information of requirements and deadlines, go to www.conoverbond.com. 

Billie Moreland
 
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