The Ohio Township Association Scholarship Program began in 2005. Many years prior to this, former board member Paul Smith and his wife, Ethel, gave the initial donation to the OTA Scholarship Fund, providing the groundwork for future scholarships.
The Ohio Township Association Scholarship Program began in 2005. Many years prior to this, former board member Paul Smith and his wife, Ethel, gave the initial donation to the OTA Scholarship Fund, providing the groundwork for future scholarships. Currently, the scholarships are funded by donations from County Township Associations, personal donations, and proceeds from the OTA’s Annual Golf Outing.
Today, four $1,500 scholarships are awarded annually, two for Local Government Achievement and two for Academic Achievement. Among other requirements, each applicant must be a township resident and a high school senior planning to attend a two- or four-year Ohio college or university. For more eligibility information, see the PDFs below.
Wondering if you reside in a township? Consult your local County Auditor’s website and input your home address in the property search function to obtain tax and property details. If you’re looking for your local township officials, contact your County Board of Elections.
The scholarship application information can be found below! Please note that the application form will close at 11:45 p.m. on January 28, 2021.
For more information, or if you have questions, please reach out to Heather Frame at email@example.com.
APPLICATION AND LINKS
Information & Requirements (Applicants must review this document in order to ensure they are eligible for the scholarships and ready to upload the required items.)
Application (Applicants can apply for both scholarships if desired, but please note that applicant must submit one complete application for each scholarship. The student will only be awarded one scholarship, if either.)