Being good neighbors and giving back to our community is part of our mission.
Community involvement has always been a defining part of our core mission of “people helping people”. Note that it’s not just “members helping members,” but people helping people. This year we are continuing this legacy with our annual scholarship program.
If you’ll be enrolled in college in 2022, and you’re a Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union Member, you could win one of two opportunities to win funds to further your education. Each year we salute the commitment and dedication
of two of our long-standing credit union pioneers, Virginia Stallings and Cindy Prestandrea with our scholarship program.
Interested Members can submit their entries for a chance to win one of two (2) $1,000 scholarships. The application deadline is Thursday, March 31st. Recipients will be announced in May 2022.
Applicants will be required to complete an application outlining their academic history, community involvement, and essay response for a chance to win. If you are not a Member and would like to be considered for the scholarship, you may enter by opening
a savings account with the minimum membership amount. Please submit your application package to:
Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union
Attn: Public Relations Committee /Scholarship Program
15201 Hall Rd. Bowie, MD 20721
Or email: [email protected]
Apply Here: 2022 Scholarship Application
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