Since 2010, The Leon N. Weiner Education Foundation Scholarship program has awarded between $4,500 and $54,400 annually in college scholarships to aspiring students who have demonstrated initiative, talent, skill and need. LNWEF awarded over $95,000 in 2017.
The Scholarships help pay for much-needed books, computers, and tuition, as well as other college-related expenses. In recent years, we’ve seen a significant increase in number and the caliber of applicants. As news of this program continues to grow, we expect this trend to gain even more momentum, as in 2017.
Eligibility and criteria
To be considered for a scholarship, applicants must be:
- A United States citizen or legal resident of the United States
- A resident of a property owned and/or managed by Leon N. Weiner & Associates (LNWA) affiliated companies
- A senior at, or graduate of, a public or private high school, or a recipient of a GED certificate
- Planning to enroll full-time or half-time in an accredited two or four-year college, university or vocational/technical school in the fall following the scholarship award
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of:
- Scholastic standing
- Standardized test results
- Financial need
- Contributions to the school and community
- Work experience
- Career and educational aspirations and goals
The signed application, official transcripts, SAT and/or GRE test scores (if applicable), and statement of goals are due by the application deadline to be considered for scholarship. Late and incomplete applications will not be considered.
2018-2019 Scholarship Application
If you have not received a LNWEF Scholarship in the previous academic year and wish to apply, download a PDF of the Instructions and Scholarship Scholarship Application-A with signature page.
For more information, contact
April 2, 2018
Deadline to submit LNWEF Scholarship Application
June 30, 2018
LNWEF Scholarship Winners for the 2018-2019 year will be notified.
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Leon N. Weiner Education Foundation