‘Real Life Scholarship Success Stories’ will be held Monday, May 21, at 2:45 p.m. in the Black Box Theater at the Eccles Center
2007 seniors will discuss what it takes to be awarded scholarships. They will also share their scholarship secrets. This seminar will be a great jumping-off point for middle and high school students who are planning to build their resumes for college admissions and scholarship success.
Presented by Tyler Scott and other 2007 scholarship recipients.
For more information, contact Dana Ardovino, community scholarship advisor at Park City High School, at 645-5650, ext 2085
PC High School Graduation Night
The Parent, Teacher Student Organization will be hosting a free, safe, alcohol-free party for seniors graduating from Park City High School, at the South Summit Aquatic Center on June 8. The PTSO requests donations, gift certificates and gifts, to be given to the 311 graduates attending the party. To donate, call Teri at 640-6666, or contact email@example.com . The Grad-night committee is also looking for volunteers. For more information, contact Kirsten at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Peace officer scholarships
The Department of Public Safety has made available a limited number of scholarships for ethnic minorities and women to aid attendees of the Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Academy. The scholarships pay the candidate’s full tuition through the peace officer certification process, which then makes them eligible for employment with law enforcement agencies anywhere in the state.
Please contact Lt. Phil Kirk of the Park City Police Department at 615-5512, or Dana Ardovino Park City High School community scholarship advisor, at 645-5650, ext. 2015
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