Cobh Credit Union Ltd 2020 Scholarship Awards – Closing Date Friday 18th September

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Cobh Credit Union are pleased to advise that we are now taking applications for the 2020 Scholarship awards.

▪️If you are a student that:
Intends to take on a CAO approved course this year.
▪️Intends to embark on, or in the process of completing a Masters/PhD
▪️Is an active member of Cobh Credit Union.
▪️Is living on the island of Cobh.


If you satisfy the above criteria, then you are eligible to apply for a Scholarship.
Scholarships will be awarded in October 2020 following adjudication by an independent panel of judges.
Application forms are available from the office at Harbour Row, by email, or from our Website.
Closing date for receipt of applications is Friday the 18th of September.

Best of luck to all

The Cobh Credit Union Scholarship Awards 2019
awarded scholarships to five very lucky third level students from the town. In total €12,500 was awarded.

• Kevin O’Reilly studying Engineering at CIT and a graduate of the Community College, Cobh was awarded €2,500
• Emma Worrall studying Law Plus in UL and a graduate of Colaiste Muire, Cobh was awarded €2,500.00
• Aideen O’ Flynn studying Education at Mary I College and a graduate of St Aloysius, Carrigtwohill was awarded €2,500.00.
• Niall Spriggs studying Education at Mary I College and in his third year of studies was awarded €2,500.00
• James Keogh studying for a PhD in Arts in UCC was awarded €2,500.00
The Manager of Cobh Michael Carlin welcomed the students and their families to the ceremony and gave a short overview of the new scholarship programme. In his speech he paid tribute to the students who had put in the effort in their submissions. He also outlined the credit unions expectations from the students in that they would become ambassadors for Cobh Credit Union.
The Manager called on the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Cobh Aaron Woods to make the presentations proper. Aaron thanked the independent adjudicating committee made up of Dr Declan Kennedy, David Muldowney, and Christine Burke who had an unenviable task of selecting the winners.
The Credit Union will commit significant funding to the Scholarship programme in the coming years and this scheme is evidence of the Credit Unions strong belief in investing in education which is one of the guiding principles on which they were founded.

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