Dear Scholarship Applicants,
The Anita Korensky Scholarship was established in 1997, by her
husband and children in Anita's memory. Anita, a long time member of St. Mark had been involved in education for many years.
She helped and encouraged many students to do their best and reach their educational dreams.
Applicants must be accepted or continue in traditional or non-traditional
programs that could include higher education in the forms of college, trade-schools, and for advanced degrees.
Previous recipients may apply again. Please read and follow
criteria for the scholarship carefully. Applications will be rated by a rubric included for your information.
The top two applicants will receive scholarship awards. Other
applicants will receive a book stipend.
DUE DATE FOR APPLICATIONS FOR 2018 is on or before May 1st.
Awards will be presented on (date TBA).
can be filed beginning March 1 . Application forms are available by clicking
on the link below. The deadline for applications is on or before May 1. All committee
members participate in evaluating the applications received, and decisions regarding the awarding of scholarships reside in
the hands of the entire committee. The number of scholarships awarded annually depends on the number of applications received
and funds available. The award may be used for the expenses of any post secondary schooling.
*For more information and to print an application, click the links below.
Scholarship Application (view/download) Updated
To Apply: Download PDF file and type essay answers on a separate page. Submit application to church office by
May 1st. St. Mark Lutheran Church, 11007 S 76th Avenue, Worth, IL 60482 (Or send as an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Be sure to include all necessary information and put "Scholarship
Application" in the subject line.)
The Application is in .pdf format. You need Adobe Acrobat Reader
Robert A. Korensky I, 80, died Thursday, December 29, 2011.
He was the originator of the Anita E. Korensky Scholarship here at St. Mark.