The Johnson Brunetti Scholarship for Community Service
The Johnson Brunetti Scholarship for Community Service was developed to provide financial assistance to graduating East Hartford High School seniors who will be attending a Connecticut state college or university.
Each award will total $1,500 and the scholarship recipients, in a good faith, will be able to apply the funds in a manner that will support their education (tuition, room and board, books, meal programs, etc.).
The Johnson Brunetti Scholarship for Community Service is funded by Johnson Brunetti Retirement & Investment Specialists, a wealth management firm based in Wethersfield, Connecticut, with offices located throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts. Johnson Brunetti has a strong presence within the community and passionately believes in helping those around them. They take great pride in knowing they can play a major role in bettering the lives of others and are committed to making a lasting footprint on the community.
To be considered for the Johnson Brunetti Scholarship for Community Service, the following criteria must be met:
- Student must be on track to graduate from East Hartford High School with the Class of 2022 and a GPA at or above 3.0
- Student must have received acceptance to a Connecticut state college or university and plans to enroll in said school for the summer or fall 2022 semesters.
- This criteria includes Connecticut state universities, Connecticut community colleges and the University of Connecticut (UConn), as well as its regional campuses.
- Student must have been actively involved in community service while in high school and plans to continuing volunteering in the future with a focus on bettering the community.
To be considered for the Johnson Brunetti Scholarship for Community Service, all applicants must submit the completed application form through the online application portal, along with the following documents by April 15, 2022 at 11:59 p.m.
- Student’s letter of acceptance to a Connecticut state college or university. Copies of acceptance letters that have been downloaded, screenshot, photographed, printed or scanned are acceptable, as long as they are legible and clearly indicate the student’s name and acceptance to the school.
- Two references who are not a family member. Documents must include name of student, name of reference and reference’s relationship to the student in the header.
- Short essay—no more than 600 words—that describes your college and career plans and how you have made significant public service contributions to your community and will continue to make significant contributions to the community during your college years. Essay must be typed and include your name in the header.