Scholarships and Camperships

Sr. Carol Beairsto Postgraduate Assistance Fund

This fund is meant to assist former graduates of Collier High School and Collier Group Home who have reached age 21, have not qualified for other assistance, and may have had to postpone their plans for postgraduate studies due to personal difficulties such as health concerns or financial hardship. The intention of the fund is to augment one’s ability to enter a training program or school which will further one’s education or job readiness or advancement. $500 Scholarship.

PFC Grad to Grad Scholarship

This scholarship was created by a former student to honor Collier High School graduating seniors who have displayed perseverance and resilienc’~ and to assist them in pursuing their education beyond high school. The scholarship is awarded to a student, with financial need, who will attend a technical, vocational or two-year college. $300 awarded one-time only.

Sr. Eileen Groogan Scholarship

The purpose of the scholarship is to promote post high school collegiate opportunity for seniors who are students at Collier High School or seniors in residence at Collier Group Home. This renewable scholarship is awardec on the basis of academic merit and financial need. $500 renewable up to four years.

Howard M. Schoor Humanitarian Fund

The Fund, established in honor of Mr. Schoor’s outstanding contribution to Collier Services as the first President of the Collier Services Foundation Board, is used to assist children and families, in any of the Collier programs, who have a compelling need not addressed by other resources.

Campership

The Campership program provides the means for at-risk, economically-disadvantaged children, who live in Monmouth County, to attend Collier’s Kateri Day Camp. $310 per two-week session.

Project Eco Scholarship

The scholarship provides special education students, who have financial need that is not addressed by other resources, with the opportunity to attend a special education, counseling and camp program at Kateri Environmental Center. $3,150 for six weeks.

Eugene F. Croddick Memorial Fund

The Fund, established to honor Mr. Croddick’s dedication to the mission of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd and Collier Services, is used to assist graduates of Collier High School or Collier Group Home in achieving their educational goals. $500 Scholarship.

JET Scholarship

The scholarship pays for an at-risk teenager to participate in a Job Experience and Training program, under the supervision of a professional social worker, at Kateri Day Camp. $3,150 for eight weeks.

For more information, contact the Development Office.
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