MOLINE, ILLINOIS (February 5, 2019) — A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded from the Dolores A Hulse-Dilulio Scholarship Fund to female graduating seniors for the academic year. Dolores A Hulse-DiIulio was a chemistry teacher at Moline High School for 36 years, retiring in 1994.
Requirements: Applicants should apply online at www.molinefoundation.org. All scholarships must be submitted by midnight on Friday, March 15, 2019. All reference letters need to be mailed to The Moline Foundation 1601 River Drive, Suite 210, Moline, Illinois 61265 with a postmark on or before March 15, 2019.
Scholarship funds will be distributed through the school financial aid office. Distribution will be at the beginning of the school year. Scholarship funds may be applied to any component of the school's comprehensive fee, at the discretion of the financial aid office. Only completed applications will be considered.
Scholarship candidates must:
- be female and a graduate of or a graduating high school senior from Moline High School.
- intend to pursue a bachelor’s degree on a full-time basis in the fields of chemistry, physics, engineering, or pre-medicine.
- attend a public university or college located in Illinois.
- demonstrate financial need, presented through the scholarship application, and information confirmed by the financial aid office of the selected college (available at time of interview).
- be in the upper one-fourth academically in class rank.
- submit two letters of reference and essay (200 words or less) on "Why are you entering your chosen field of study?"
About The Moline Foundation
The Moline Foundation, founded in 1953, is a community foundation which provides grants to health, human services, education, community-development, the arts, and other charitable organizations which benefit the citizens of Moline and the surrounding area. The Moline Foundation receives and administers charitable gifts for all citizens in a seven-county region including Rock Island, Henry, Mercer, Warren, Henderson, and McDonough Counties in Illinois, and Scott County in Iowa.