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Dr. Joseph Warren & Capt. George C. & Teri Wildrick Scholarship

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The “Dr. Joseph Warren & Capt. George C. & Teri Wildrick Scholarship” was established by the Dr. Joseph Warren Foundation (DJWF) to help honor the legacy of Dr. Joseph Warren & Capt. George C. Wildrick. Capt. Wildrick was the fifth-great grandson of Dr. Joseph Warren, a physician & hero of the Revolutionary War who was born in Roxbury, MA in 1741 & killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill in Charlestown, MA in 1775. 

 

Capt. Wildrick was a West Point graduate who served his country with honor, following in the footsteps of generations of Dr. Joseph Warren descendants. A core belief championed & supported by Capt. & Mrs. Wildrick is that every student should have access to higher education. 

We are pleased to offer two (2) scholarships each in the amount of $500 for a new student matriculated into a degree program. at a 2- or 4-year college. The scholarship is non-renewable. The applications will be evaluated on the following criteria.

Criteria

  • The student’s history teacher must submit an essay or a short video telling us why the student should receive the scholarship.

  • Student must be a high school senior & have at least a 2.5 GPA

  • Student must be a new student matriculated into a degree program & enrolled in at least nine (9) college-level credit hours 

  • One scholarship will be awarded to a student from John D. O'Bryant School of Mathematics & Science and one to a student at Lake George Junior/Senior High School. (We hope to add more scholarships for other communities named for Dr. Warren soon.)

 

Application Process

Application window is January 1 through April 15. Decision finalized by June 1st.