Applying for Scholarships

The Fall Scholarship Program 

Deadline for the 2019-20 application is Sept 23, 2019


The Sugarloaf Ski Club (SSC) accepts financial assistance applications from young snowboarders and skiers from Franklin & Somerset Counties for winter programs. 

The Sugarloaf Ski Club hopes to foster both recreational and competitive snow sport activities. While some children will take part in competitions, these funds are meant to encourage children to develop a healthy outdoor interest in a lifelong sport which plays a significant role in both work and play in our region.

The scholarship grants are partial, and are intended to help those children who would not be able to participate in a program without financial assistance.

Eligible programs include:

  • Minicuffer and Bubblecuffer programs

  • RSU#58 and Stratton Punch Pass Lessons

  • CVA Weekend Program

  • Carrabassett Valley Academy


Instructions for application to the Fall Scholarship Program

A single common application form is used for all programs and funds, and will be considered by the committee on October 15th, 2019

Applicants must complete an application form which includes a  letter from applicant describing his or her Snowsport experience and goals for the season. 

The application form is normally available online by Sept. 1. The application form will also be available in the fall at local schools.

Applications must be postal mailed (not hand-delivered or emailed) and postmarked by September 23, 2019 to: 
Sugarloaf Ski Club,  9008 Main Street, Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947

For more information about the program, or to verify receipt of your application, email info@sugarloafskiclub.org. Do NOT call the Ski Club office.

CLICK HERE  to download the Fall Scholarship APPLICATION.

Sugarloaf Ski Club Merit Awards

 

The Community/Scholarship Committee of the Sugarloaf Ski Club may have funds available for one or more deserving Ski Club members who qualify to attend a post-season competition or to attend special high level invitation only national training camps run by USSA or USASA. Applicant & Family  must be members of the Sugarloaf Ski Club as of January 1st of the application year, a member of USSA or USASA and must be at least 12 years old at time of this application. There are no residency requirements.

For consideration for a merit award, athlete must submit:

  • a completed application

  • a statement of why the athlete believes he or she deserves funding from the Ski Club

 

Applicant must mail all components of the application to: Sugarloaf Ski Club 9008 Main Street, Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947. 

 

Application must be postmarked by March 31 for post season competition grants.
 

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE MERIT AWARD APPLICATION

Sugarloaf Ski Club Big Dog CVA Tuition Scholarship

The Sugarloaf Ski Club is offering an annual athletic merit scholarship award for a current CVA winter term or seven-month student who will return the next school year for the full-year term; or for a CVA Weekend Program athlete who is applying for the full-year term.

This merit scholarship is to be given to the male or female alpine, freestyle, ski cross or snowboard athlete who will most benefit from being at CVA for the full year and whose family is also a Ski Club member prior to the start of the calendar year in which he/she is applying.

The minimum amount of the scholarship is $2,000. CVA will choose the recipient. The scholarship is for one year and will be applied to the cost of tuition for the coming academic year. The award payment will be made to CVA. A new recipient will be chosen each year.

If you wish to be considered for the scholarship, please complete the application, ask a coach to write a recommendation, and write an essay. The due date is May 10th. All the details are explained on the attached application.

 

CLICK HERE to download the SSC Big Dog Scholarship APPLICATION.

Our Mission: The mission of the Sugarloaf Ski Club is to provide the opportunity for all youth to participate and excel in skiing and snowboarding, promote community building events, support competition, and preserve the history and heritage of the mountain.

Contact us:

207-237-6955

info@sugarloafskiclub.com

Find us at Sugarloaf: 

Upstairs in The Bill and Joan Alfond Competition Center

Send Mail to:

9008 Main Street

Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947

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