Douglass Community Services Foundation offering scholarships for non-traditional career paths


HANNIBAL, Mo. — The Douglass Community Services Foundation is offering a scholarship grant for Hannibal High School students, including students with disabilities who, following graduation, are undertaking a non-traditional career path.

A non-traditional career path may include attending a technical school, certification program or a community college. Students entering directly to the workforce also qualify for assistance with meeting employment requirements such as safety clothing or gear.

The application forms for the scholarship grant can be found at:

Any individual needing a paper application or assistance may contact Douglass Community Services at 573-221-3892 ext. 249 or

The deadline to apply for the scholarship is 4 p.m. on April 3.

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