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Q: Where can I get extra copies of the application?
A: You have a couple of options:
1 - You can skip the hassle of paper copies and stamps and mailing, and instead, apply online
2 - You can make photocopies of the application you download
3 - You can call or email Kevin Doyle at 617-376-7214 (direct line), 866-412-7762 (toll free), or kdoyle@nage.org, and ask for additional copies.

Q: What is the deadline for submitting applications?
A: The deadline this year is May 15, 2020. All scholarship applications must be postmarked (or received if submitted electronically) no later than May 15, 2020.

Q: Can I submit applications for more than one family member?
A: Yes, but on separate forms; not together on one.

Q: Can I submit more than one application per person to increase my chances in the drawing?
A: No. Only one entry per applicant will be accepted.  A winner can only recieve one scholarship per year.  

Q: When will scholarship winners be announced?
A: Scholarship recipients will be chosen in a lottery drawing at the spring National Executive Board meeting; winners will be posted on this web site within one week after that meeting.

Q: Who can apply for the scholarships?
A: The following applies to all three of the scholarships offered: Any member, the member’s spouse, child, niece, nephew, grandchild, dependent, or significant other. If you are unsure if your applicant is eligible, please call or email Kevin Doyle.

Q: I have a question that isn’t answered here; who should I get in touch with?
A: If your question isn’t answered here, please contact Kevin Doyle.
Phone (direct line): 617-376-7214
Phone (toll free): 866-412-7762
Email: kdoyle@nage.org


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