Dunkin’ Scholarship to Benefit Doylestown, Southampton H.S. Students with Their Education Finances

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Emma Chobert of Southampton was one of several high school students to receive the funding.

Dunkin’ of Greater Philadelphia — in conjunction with Scholarship America (a Minn.-based philanthropic organization) — has poured $100,000 in academic scholarships to 20 students around the Philadelphia region, including two Bucks County students.

The goal is simple: to ease the financial burden, even in small increments, faced by local families sending their high-school graduates onto college degrees.

The program — in its 13th year — even boosted its investment in these students’ futures, upping its tuition help from the $2,000 of years past to the 2022 amount of $5,000.

Among the 20 recipients are Bucks County’s Michael Bliss of Doylestown and Emma Chobert of Southampton. Bliss attended Central Bucks High School East and Chobert attended William Tennent High School.

The students were selected as two of only 20 students from among 1,350 applicants.

The financing can be used for two- or four-year colleges and universities or for vocational-technical school tuition. The program was open to part- and full-time undergraduate students and high-school seniors.

To stir up more complete details about this program, visit the Dunkin’ site.

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