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$10,000 “Investment in Community” Graduate Fellowship for Monterey Natives

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$10,000 Investment in Community Graduate Fellowship
The Investment in Community Fellowship is awarded each year to a deserving graduate student who was born, raised or lived on the Monterey Peninsula and who intends to return to the area and be of service to the local community after completing his/her graduate degree. The award can be used to cover the ordinary costs of graduate school including tuition, books, room and board. 
Selection Criteria include:
• Full-time enrollment in an advanced program of study
• Above average academic achievement
• Proven commitment to volunteerism and public service
• Intent to remain connected to the Monterey Peninsula through work and/or residence
The Willis W. and Ethel M. Clark Foundation was established in 1953 and has enjoyed over fifty years of community service on the Monterey Peninsula. Its founders were pioneers in educational testing and research and in 1926 started the California Test Bureau (CTB). The Clarks loved the Monterey Peninsula and in 1958 moved the company’s headquarters from Los Angeles to Monterey. In 1965, the company was sold to McGraw-Hill and is now known as CTB/McGraw-Hill. 
Completed applications must be received by: January 31, 2011.  Fellowship to be awarded Spring 2011.
For more information about the Clark Foundation and the fellowship please visit:
Clark Foundation ~ P.O. Box 89 ~ Pebble Beach, CA 93953 ~ 831.625.1175

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