Beyond a shared commitment to educational opportunity, families establish scholarship funds with a wide range of goals and purposes in mind. They may offer traditional scholarships or customize fund awards for alternative scholarships.
This scholarship honors the memory and life-long achievements of Vincent P. Arabia. Mr. Arabia bravely served in World War II, where his time in the Armed Forces took him many places throughout Europe. At the age of eighteen, Vincent was injured, paralyzing him from the waist down. Rather than limiting his abilities, his injury created a strength in this intelligent man to motivate him in his daily life. His determination to live life to its fullest earned him the respect of his community. He was known for being a very generous man who would try to help those who needed it most. Although he never had any children, it was his dream to create a scholarship fund to help children reach their fullest potential in life despite their disabilities. The Vincent P. Arabia Memorial Scholarship offers a limited number of college scholarships for up to $1,500 each to benefit a physically disabled (mobility) or blind individual residing in New Jersey, with preference given to those in Burlington County. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic ability, merit and need as determined by a review committee.
The Hon. Ann P. Conti Scholarship was founded to honor the legacy of Ann P. Conti. A graduate of Seton Hall Law School, Mrs. Conti was admitted to the New Jersey Bar Association in 1976. In 1982, Mrs. Conti was elected as Surrogate of Union County. Mrs. Conti won her fourth consecutive term in 1997. She had previously served as attorney for the Union County Board of Social Services. While raising her five children with her husband, Ralph Conti, Mrs. Conti had been a teacher of handicapped youth.
The scholarship is in the amount of $3,000 to a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student with an interest in vegetable crop production or a related field. Preference will be given to students majoring in plant pathology and to students who have worked/will work with the Rutgers Agricultural Research and Extension Center (RAREC). The candidate must be a New Jersey resident and intend to pursue a career in a field related to agriculture with an emphasis on production agriculture. Scholarships awarded will be made payable to the educational institution.
The Jonathan Maslow Scholarship is open to all RBRHS juniors and seniors who plan to continue their education at an accredited 2 or 4-year college immediately following their graduation. Scholarships will be awarded to students exhibiting exceptionally high levels of written proficiency, creativity, and originality, as well as an interest in local or national environmental causes, journalism, or creative writing. The scholarship award is $5,000. Jonathan Maslow, a 1966 graduate of RBRHS, was an accomplished author, journalist, documentary filmmaker, naturalist, and environmentalist. At the time of his death in 2008 he was an editor and columnist for the Herald News in Paterson, New Jersey.
The vision for the Morristown Neighborhood House’s scholarship program is to make the dream of an education a reality for young people ~ to continue to provide a sense of support from home, to help them develop their potential, achieve their goals and become successful and productive adults. This scholarship is based on merit and demonstrated financial need. Main Application | Re-application Form
All scholarships awarded are made payable to the student’s college/university. Scholarship aid from the Community Foundation of New Jersey is conditioned on the school the student will attend agreeing that the aid should be applied to the student’s unmet need or loans first. If after all need has been met scholarship monies remain, it may be used to displace school provided aid in the following progression: work study and then grants.
With any questions, please call Faith Krueger or Colleen Smith at 973-267-5533.