Great Scholarship Opportunity from LCEF!
As young people across the country begin the next phase of their education journey by entering college, the Young Investors (Y.I.) Club wants to help by offering financial support through the Take Heart Scholarship, with up to three awards of $3,000, $1,000 and $500.
Lutheran Church Extension Fund’s (LCEF) Take Heart Scholarship was developed for high school seniors who will be advancing to their next level of higher education. During this time of excitement, anticipation and uncertainty, “take heart!” As Christians we do not anticipate that life will be perfect or familiar, but when we feel that the world has become difficult, we take comfort in knowing that our God has overcome it all!
There are only a few eligibility requirements for the Take Heart Scholarship:
• You must be an LCEF investor. (To become an investor under the age of 19, invest in LCEF’s Young Investors Club. If you’re the age of 19, invest in LCEF’s StewardAccount®.)
• You must be a high school graduating senior.
• You must intend to be enrolled in or be accepted by a vocational/technical school, community college or four-year college/university as a full-time student.
For complete details on the Take Heart Scholarship opportunity, including how to submit application materials, visit the program website at http://wc.lcef.org/scholarship/. You may also speak with an LCEF representative about the program by calling 800.843.5233. The Take Heart Scholarship application deadline is April 6.
LCEF is a nonprofit religious organization; therefore, LCEF investments are not FDIC-insured bank deposit accounts. This is not an offer to sell investments, nor a solicitation to buy. LCEF will offer and sell its securities only in states where authorized. The offer is made solely by LCEF’s Offering Circular. Investors should carefully read the Offering Circular, which more fully describes associated risks. LCEF StewardAccount access features provided by UMB Bank n.a. StewardAccount is not available to investors living in South Carolina.