The George & Barbara Bush Foundation is proud to announce the 2020 George Bush High School Public Service Scholarship recipients. Every year, the Foundation bestows the scholarship to high school seniors in the Bryan-College Station school districts. President Bush described his dedication to public service as a noble calling. For this reason, the award aims to inspire future generations to engage in public service and to participate in the building of our communities, state, and nation. If we work together, our world will be a better place to work and live for all. The 2020 public service scholarship recipients were selected on the basis of academic excellence and community service. Each winner receives a $3,000 scholarship.
In addition, each beneficiary’s school receives a grant of $2,500 for education purposes. The program is sponsored through the generous support of Bryan Texas Utilities (BTU).
George Bush High School Public Service Scholarship Criteria:
The student must:
- be a graduating senior.
- be in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 3.5 (B+ average).
- plan to attend a college or university.
- demonstrate an exemplary record of school and community involvement.
Students interested in the George Bush High School Public Service Scholarship should contact their high school’s counseling department to review additional criteria and pick up an application.
For more information on scholarships, grants, and awards bestowed by the George and Barbara Bush Foundation, please visit our scholarships page.
For the complete October 2020 issue of Texas Co-op Power Magazine, please visit btutilities.com.