The 2019 Sperry Associates FCU Scholarship Program is No Longer Taking Applications. We'll See You Next Year!
Each year, Sperry honors the best and brightest of our membership by awarding scholarships for those looking to further advance their education. As a member-owned institution, we strongly believe in the value of nurturing a students academic gifts, and view our scholarship program as Sperry's way of investing in the future.
While this year's program is closed, we will award more scholarships in 2020.
Before applying, please review our scholarship rules and conditions. To become a member of Sperry Associates FCU, click here!
Sperry Associates FCU Scholarship Rules and Conditions: Any student applying for Sperry's Scholarship must be a Sperry member with their own distinct account number. An account can be opened for as little as $5, and credit union membership is open for those who live, work, worship, or do business within Nassau County.
Eligible applicants must meet one of the following criteria: Are graduating high school in the spring of 2020 or 2021 and planning to attend an accredited college or trade school in the fall, or are currently enrolled and attending an accredited college or trade school. All applicants must be a member of Sperry by the date of the drawing. One entry per student. Terms and conditions can change at anytime without prior notice.
Congratulations to the Our 2019 Scholarship Winners!
Our winners had diverse academic and extracurricular backgrounds - from biopharmaceutical studies to experience in hippotherapy, each student exhibited some of the best and brightest that our membership had to offer. You can read the press release outlining their many accomplishments here.
Pictured: Scholarship winners Christina Levi and Cheyenne Samson with Kevin J. Healy, CEO of Sperry FCU, Douglas Brinkman, CFO, and Richard Murdocco, Director of Marketing
Pictured: Scholarship winner Fred Grimshaw with Kevin J. Healy, CEO of Sperry FCU, and Douglas Brinkman, CFO
Pictured: Scholarship winner Racquel Walsh and Douglas Brinkman, CFO of Sperry FCU