The Stephen F. Strack Jr. Memorial Scholarship is given annually to a North Rockland college bound senior baseball player who exemplifies leadership, competitiveness and dedication on and off the field.
The Suffern High School Class of 1979 Will Shine Forever Memorial Scholarship was established immediately after the 40th High School Reunion to honor those alumni who have passed over the years.
The Christine Gallagher Scholarship recognizes a high school senior who resides in Rockland County and has shown a demonstrated commitment towards the education and treatment of those with disabilities.
The Peggy O’Gorman Leadership Fund offers a scholarship each year, in memorium, to a Nyack High School graduating senior who exemplifies the attributes of leadership, service, scholarship and community.
The RBWN Women’s Professional Development and Scholarship Funds gives scholarships to Rockland-based high school, BOCES and RCC graduating women pursuing advanced degrees and provides awards to RBWN members enrolled in programs that enhance their skills, knowledge and leadership potential.
The Nehemiah Marshall Scholarship Fund was established in the memory of our friend, long-standing Martin Luther King Center Board Treasurer, Mr. Nehemiah Marshall, known by many as Jerry.
The Nyack Young Writers Scholarship recognizes two rising Nyack High School seniors, judged to have written and submitted the most outstanding prose or poetry. The scholarship awards $3,500 to the first-place recipient, and $2,000 to the second-place recipient.
The Judith H. Trust Memorial Scholarship is awarded in memoriam to one graduating senior from Clarkstown High School South, who has benefited from the services of the school’s Achievement Center, for his or her continuing education.
The Justin M. Albanese Memorial Excellence in Sports Scholarship honors and supports a graduating Gloversville High School Senior, who has a passion for sports, has shown excellence in leadership and sportsmanship and will be attending a two or four-year college or technical institute upon graduation.
The Larry D. Gabbard Performing Arts Scholarship was created by the Elmwood Playhouse community to celebrate our beloved colleague, educator and community theater member Larry D. Gabbard. A $1,500 scholarship will be awarded annually to a high school senior residing in Rockland County who intends to pursue a career in the performing arts. This includes those intending to major in Performance, Arts Management, Stage Management, or Technical Design.