Scholarship programs administered by the SCVF will begin accepting applications in January 2019.
Cemstone – Applicants must be high school graduates who are full-time Amcon-Cemstone-TCC Materials employees or dependents of full-time employees who demonstrate academic achievement, leadership and active participation in school and community activities.
Richard Clark Memorial Scholarship – Applicants must have been involved in the Hudson High School Girls Swim and Dive Team. The Richard Clark Memorial Scholarship was established in 2015 to carry on his legacy of dedication to youth through helping them achieve their academic goals.
Sterbenz-Ryan Scholarships – established in 2016 in memory of local businessmen Richard Sterbenz and Martin Ryan who wanted to “give kids like them a shot at life they never had.” Between 85-100 scholarships of $1,500 will be offered to eligible students. Scholarships are intended to assist traditional and non-traditional students who otherwise may not have the opportunity to attend post-secondary school due to financial constraints. Learn more.
YA Scholarship – The YA scholarship program exists to honor YA’s philanthropic founder and serves as a reminder of the importance of education and of giving back to the community. YA has established a program to assist employees, and/or their dependent children or grandchildren who plan to pursue post-secondary education in college, university or vocational school. Each year scholarships are offered for full-time study to an accredited post-secondary institution of the student’s choice.