We know of one investment that can pay huge dividends over the course of an entire lifetime…education.

About the Scholarship

John F. Condon Memorial Scholarship

A college education can be your ticket to greater job opportunities and higher earnings over your lifetime. However, tuition, fees, and living expenses add up to a substantial investment.

We can help with a Condon Scholarship. Named for long-time board member John F. Condon, the $1,500 scholarship is open to high school seniors who plan to continue their education.

To qualify, you must be a member at the time of application and you must be planning to enroll in an accredited program of higher education. Other considerations include academic performance, extracurricular activities, community service and financial need.

Application Information

What you need to know

The following items must arrive at the credit union by the deadline on the application. 

  • Official academic transcript sent directly from your school
  • Your High School resume
  • Copy of your SAT scores
  • A one-page typed, double-spaced essay on your major field of study and how it relates to your career goals

Submit the documents listed above to:  
Hanscom FCU
ATTN: Condon Scholarship Committee
1610 Eglin Street
Hanscom AFB, MA 01731

Failure to submit any of the documents or incomplete submissions will result in disqualification of your application. Immediate or extended family members of Directors, Employees, Supervisory Committee Members or Advisory Group Members will be excluded from submitting applications for scholarships.

Should you have any questions regarding the scholarship application process, please contact Cara Powers at 800-656-4328 ext 2203.


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Applications must be received by Monday, March 12, 2018.

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