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Al J. Muter and Ron F. Holehouse Memorial Scholarships

Deadline April 1st   Criteria Below

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Ron Holehouse 2016 Inauguration Kiwanis Club President 

Scholarship Criteria

Any high school senior who resides within the City of St Petersburg is eligible to apply for a scholarship from the Program. 

While in college, the recipient must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale and provide proof of employment performed during the year. Documentation evidencing such, along with their Fall class schedule, must be presented and approved prior to the award of the next installment. 

The deadline for applications to be received is always April 1st. Finalist will be interviewed to determine the final awards. 

In 1989, the Alfred J. Muter Memorial Scholarhsip Program was established with the generosity of long time Kiwanian, Al Muter and his wife, Ruth. 

The Ronald F. Holehouse Memorial Scholarship was created in 2018 shortly after Past President Ron's death, honoring his passion for the Program. 

It is administered under the Muter Scholarship Program which is managed by the Vocational Guidance Committee of the Club. Funds in the Program are professionally managed by a nationally recognized and highly visible financial advisor.

 

Presently, the Alfred J. Muter Memorial Scholarship is a four-year award of $20,000, administered at a rate of $5,000 per year, to a well-deserving high school senior living in St. Petersburg. The Ronald F. Holehouse Memorial Scholarship is also a four-year award. The current commitment is $10,000, administered at a rate of $2,500 per year to a well-deserving high school senior who lives in Pinellas County. 

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Happy recipients of our Kiwanis Club's 

Al Muter Scholarship. 

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