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Central Electric Cooperative offers scholarships

Central Electric Cooperative is offering three separate $1,000 scholarships to be awarded to a local student to recognize their academic and community achievements.

Central Electric Cooperative is offering three separate $1,000 scholarships to be awarded to a local student to recognize their academic and community achievements.

Basin Electric Power Cooperative of Bismarck, N.D., is funding a $1,000 scholarship and the family of the late Jay Headley of White Lake is funding two $1,000 scholarships.

Applicants must be a U.S. citizen and a dependent of a Central Electric Cooperative member. Applicants must be a student enrolled or planning to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited, two-year or four-year college, university or vocational school.

Recipients are selected on the basis of academic record, potential to succeed, leadership and participation in school and community activities, honors, work experience, and a statement of education and career goals. See applications for complete details and eligibility requirements.

The scholarships must be used for educational costs, and the student must enter college in the fall of the school year for which the scholarship is given. Checks will be made payable to the school, and will be distributed to the school.

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Applications can be printed from Central Electric's website, www.centralec.coop . Submit applications to your electric cooperative no later than Feb. 1, 2019.

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