The REALTOR® Association of Southern Kentucky is offering two scholarship opportunities during 2021!
1st Place: $1,500
2nd Place: $1,000
The REALTOR® Association of Southern Kentucky's Public Relations Committee is funding the above mentioned scholarships.
Who is Eligible:
Any high school senior enrolled in one of the school districts within the seven-county REALTOR® Association of Southern Kentucky service area: Allen, Butler, Edmonson, Logan (& Russellville City), Muhlenberg, Simpson, & Warren (& Bowling Green City) Counties.
The Importance of Home Ownership and the Use of a REALTOR®.
Deadline to Submit:
Essay must be turned in to the high school counselor or to Terry@RaskRealtors.com on or before Thursday, April 15, 2021.
This Public Relations Committee will be using a rubric to judge the essays. Winners will be announced in May.
A group from the PR Committee will be present at the winners’ school during their school’s awards program.
By submitting an essay, you are granting permission for the REALTOR® Association of Southern Kentucky to post your essay and student picture on the RASK website and social media pages.
Click here to download scholarship information packet.
For more information, call (270) 781-1623 or email Terry@RaskRealtors.com
2020 Scholarship Winners
The Public Relations Committee of the REALTOR® Association of Southern Kentucky proudly announces the first and second place winners of our 2020 essay scholarships. The contest was open to senior high school students who attend school in Allen, Butler, Edmonson, Logan, Muhlenberg, Simpson or Warren Counties. The topic was "The Importance of Home Ownership and the Use of a REALTOR®". Twenty-two essays were submitted for consideration.
The first place winner from Greenwood High School in
Bowling Green, Kentucky was Maiah Cisco.
Maiah plans to attend WKU honors College and obtain a B.A. in Business Management.
Maiah received $1,000 for her first-place essay.
The second place winner from Allen County-Scottsville High School in
Scottsville, Kentucky was Madison K. Gregory.
Madison plans to obtain a B.S. degree in nursing.
Madison received $500 for her second-place essay.