2019 Scholarship information

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

The 2019 Scholarship Application for the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines/Ocean City must be completed on-line by sending an email to kiwanisofoceanpines@gmail.com and entering in the subject line "2019 SCHOLARSHIP REQUEST."   You must provide a valid personal email and daytime phone number.


Upon receipt of your email request, a private link to the scholarship form will be sent to you.  Below are the details regarding the on-line submission:


The 2019 SCHOLARSHIP In the pursuit of determining the qualifications of candidates for our scholarships, the Kiwanis Scholarship Committee of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines/Ocean City will gather the following information:


1.  Personal information as supplied by the candidate.

2.  Household employment information as supplied by the candidate.

3.  Current academic information as supplied by Stephen Decatur High School Guidance Department i.e. College Board 

     SAT or ACT scores and current Grade Transcript.

4.  Financial need or circumstances as stated by candidate on the application, and

5. The community and school service completed by candidate as so stated on the application.


Optional:  Letters of reference which should be scanned and emailed to roy4man@gmail.com or sent by mail to:


Kiwanis Scholarship Committee

Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines/Ocean City

239 Ocean Parkway

Ocean Pines, MD 21811


ALL INFORMATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY MARCH 29, 2019.  INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION.  

Questions may be directed to Roy Foreman, Kiwanis Scholarship Committee Chairman, 410-641-6082 or roy4man@gmail.com.


PRIVACY STATEMENT - As stated above, this information will be collected only by the Kiwanis Scholarship Committee and will be used exclusively  to determine which candidates will receive scholarship money. Your data will not be shared by any member of the Committee by oral, written or electronic means with any one not on the Scholarship Committee.

We will not use or retain your email address or any other confidential information after the scholarship awards are given.




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Student Leadership Clubs

K-Kids

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Young Leaders (ages 6 - 12) Helping Others! -   K-Kids represent the youngest "Kiwanians" as they begin in elementary school what hopefully will become a step-by-step, life-long commitment to their schools and community. Our Kiwanis club supports the "Bucky Bucks" program, a citizenship improvement program at the school and a representative attends Student of the Month luncheons at least twice annually. 


Buckingham Elementary School

  • Kiwanis Advisors - Ralph and Wilma Chinn
  • Faculty Advisor -  Julia Young and Karen Conner

Showell Elementary School

  • Kiwanis Advisor - Candy Foreman
  • Faculty Advisor - Evy Collins

K-kids.org

Builders Club

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Middle School and Junior High Students -   Builders Clubs are student-led. Intermediate/Middle School students learn to lead through serving others. As part of the Kiwanis family, Builders Club members build themselves as they build their schools and community. 


Berlin Intermediate School

Kiwanis Advisor -  Skip McComas

Faculty Advisor -  Jane Slotter


Stephen Decatur Middle School

Kiwanis Advisor - Jackie Todd

Faculty Advisor -  Anne Cook and Heather Hand


Buildersclub.org


Key Club

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High School Age Students

Key Clubs help high-school students develop their initiative, leadership abilities and citizenship skills. Students participate in community service activities and fundraisers and attend regular meetings of their clubs. Noteworthy individuals sometimes hold Division or District-Level Key Club offices. 


Stephen Decatur High School

Kiwanis Advisor - Roy Foreman

Faculty Advisor -  Sabra McIntosh


Keyclub.org