National Corvette Restorers Society Foundation Scholarship General Guidelines & Process
- The number of scholarships and the amount of each scholarship will be determined, from time to time, dependent upon the then income and assets of the foundation. All scholarships shall be awarded in a non-discriminate manner, without regard to color, creed, national origin or sex. The award will be based upon scholastic achievement, leadership and character. Any scholarship awarded is for one year. It may be awarded for future years if application is made but not for more than 3 additional years, so long as during the prior academic year, the student maintained at least a 3.0 grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) or equivalent in a full time student classification. The application process shall consist of completing the NCRS Foundation application form. A notice of availability of the scholarship program shall be provided on the website of NCRS Foundation and also in the Driveline publication furnished by NCRS to its members.
- Distribution of scholarship funds will be made directly to each student following the confirmation of enrollment.
- In the event of any misuse of scholarship funds, the Foundation shall
- Permanently terminate the right to the misusing individual to further participate in the scholarship program, and
- Initiate and diligently prosecute collection activities to recover from the recipient all amounts which have been misused.
- No scholarship may be awarded to any person who is related by descent or marriage to anyone who serves as the Foundation Chair, serves on the NCRS Board of Directors, is an employee of the NCRS.
Selection and Eligibility Guidelines
Selection criteria is the same for both programs except as noted:
- Applicants will be NCRS members or children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews of NCRS members in good standing.
- Applicants will have applied and been accepted at an accredited post secondary school, college or university.
- Automotive Scholarship applicants must be pursuing a career in the Automotive Industry.
- Marvin Burnett Memorial Scholarship applicants must he planning careers in education.
- Applicants must be planning to enroll and take 12 or more hours per semester.
- While academic and extracurricular performance will be the principle criteria for the award, apparent financial need will also be considered in the application. Applicants must include a statement of the source of their funds for their education.
In the spring of each year, applications are made available to students desiring to apply for the various scholarships. General communications are made through the NCRS Driveline publication so that all members are aware of the program guidelines and timeline. Applications are also available on the NCRS Foundation Website. Applications received before or after the posted dates will not be considered. Similarly, applications which are incomplete or containing erroneous information will not be considered.
The group responsible for screening all applications and making scholarship award recommendations is the NCRS Foundation Scholarship Review Committee. This outside review committee is made up of individuals who are not members of the NCRS.
Scholarships are awarded on a one academic year basis. Payments will be made to the student in late September, early October after evidence is provided to the Scholarship Committee of their successful enrollment at their school.
Scholarships are not loans and repayment of financial assistance received is not expected. However, recipients are encouraged to contribute to the scholarship fund at the appropriate time in their life and according to their financial ability so that future participants will have the same opportunity.
Special request of the scholarship fund which is not covered by these guidelines will be reviewed by the NCRS Foundation Board of Directors.
Scholarship Application Form
The Scholarship Application Form available here must be filled out and returned to Joan Burnett, postmarked, after June 12 and before August 10, 2017. Print and complete the form before mailing to Joan Burnett at the address on the form. Any question about this process should be directed to her.