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Now Accepting Applications for the 2022 James F. Swift Scholarship!

01.04.22

Now Accepting Applications for the 2022 James F. Swift Scholarship!

2021 James F. Swift Recipients

The Scranton Area Community Foundation is also now accepting applications for the prestigious James F. Swift Scholarship, which provides local high school seniors graduating from a Lackawanna County high school $5,000 per year, for up to four years to assist with higher education expenses.

Twenty area students are annually selected for this prestigious scholarship through the James F. Swift Scholarship Fund administered by the Scranton Area Community Foundation.

Applications for the James F. Swift Scholarship are due on March 14, 2022, at 3:00 PM CT. Additional information and the application page can be found here.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THE JAMES F. SWIFT SCHOLARSHIP

Decisions are announced in June.


Did you know…

The James F. Swift Scholarship Fund has awarded over $3.6 million since 2008, benefiting over 260 local students to date. Created in 2002 through a gift by Mr. James F. Swift to the Scranton Area Community Foundation, the James F. Swift Scholarship Fund provides support for higher education for students graduating from high schools in Lackawanna County. Following Mr. Swift’s death in 2006, the Scranton Area Community Foundation gratefully received a significant gift from his estate to the scholarship fund which has allowed a great number of students from Lackawanna County the opportunity to pursue their academic and professional goals through higher education.


Questions about scholarship opportunities?

For more information about scholarship opportunities, please contact Cathy Fitzpatrick, Scranton Area Community Foundation Grants and Scholarship Manager, at 570-347-6203, extension 301, or grants@safdn.org.


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