BLOOMFIELD, CT, Mar. 12, 2014 — Do you know a high school senior who could use some help with educational expenses after they graduate? The Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce is offering scholarships to any Bloomfield resident pursuing post-secondary school or training.
Eligible students could earn one of two scholarships for $1000 or $500 to help them with educational expenses. To apply they’ll need to submit an essay, two letters of reference and a copy of their resume. They must apply by April 15, 2014 and must be referred by a Chamber member. For a copy of the application and rules contact Mary Kuharski or Matt Curran at the Bloomfield Chamber at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860) 242-3710.
About The Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce
The Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce is an organization that champions Bloomfield businesses. They provide local businesses with the resources, advocacy, connections and communications they need to succeed. Founded in 1965 this non-profit, member-driven organization sponsors events and programs that provide members with opportunities to expand their customer bases and improve their competitiveness. The organization fosters engagement with Town of Bloomfield government officials on economic development and business climate issues.
The Bloomfield Chamber is affiliated with the Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce and the Tobacco Valley Chambers Alliance. For more information, go to: www.bloomfieldchamber.org.
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