GHFCU COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN
Our 2024 scholarship application is now open through April 15th, 2024, for high school seniors! Take a look at the requirements here.
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LOCAL AREA SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE AT GEORGIA HERITAGE FCU

We award two college scholarships a year. A $2,000 scholarship goes to the high school senior with the highest application score and $1,500 for the second-highest score.

Scholarships are available to GHFCU members in good standing. Anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in Chatham, Effingham, and Bryan counties can open an account at GHFCU.

Scholarship submissions for the 2022-2023 school year have closed. Contact us for any questions or additional information.

Georgia Heritage Federal Credit Union

2023 Scholarship Winners

John Thomas Gard
First Place Recipient – $2,000 Award

John Thomas Gard volunteers with various organizations including CURE, Cathies Gathering, Santa Run, Student Leadership and Orientation, and more. Gard has held varsity letters since his Freshman Year and holds multiple honors including Headmasters List and National Honor Society.

Kenzie Kurdys
Second Place Recipient – $1,500 Award

Kenzie Kurdys is a Junior Olympics Gymnast and ran Varsity Track. She volunteers with Oatland Island Wildlife Center, the Green Club, and more. Kurdys holds multiple honors including the Congress of Future Medical Leaders Award of Excellence, AP Scholar with Distinction, and U.S. Presidential Scholar Candidate.

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