This scholarship was established as a memorial to Frank H. Moore, former manager of L&N Federal Credit Union and to recognize and honor students based on leadership and citizenship, without regard to financial need. Frank H. Moore was General Manager of L&N Federal Credit Union from 1969-1986. He passed away at age 52 on October 5, 1986. He succumbed to pneumonia while battling cancer. Frank had a very distinguished career in the credit union movement. His involvement spanned across local, state, and national levels. In 1981 he received the highest honor bestowed by the Kentucky Credit Union League when he was awarded the Steve Brody Memorial Award for outstanding credit union service.
This scholarship is open to all L&N Federal Credit Union members and/or daughters and sons of members. The student must be enrolled, or plan to enroll in the current year in undergraduate study leading to a traditional bachelor’s degree and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
Eligible children include the member’s unmarried children; natural or, legally adopted or step children. Eligibility also extends to any child principally dependent on the member for maintenance and support. When not in attendance at school, the child must reside permanently in the member’s household in what generally is considered a parent/child relationship.
This scholarship is based on the following:
1. Achievements (11 points)
2. School recommendations (11 points)
3. Strong leadership qualities (26 points)
4. Significant involvement in school (26 points)
5. Significant improvement in the community (26 points)
Recipients of the scholarship will be selected by an impartial Scholarship Selection Committee. Judging will take place in April 2018 and winners will be announced in May 2018.
Interested students must apply between January 1-March 31, 2018. (Must be postmarked by March 31)
We will choose 2 recipients (One winner will be chosen from the Southeast KY Region and one winner will be chosen from the Louisville/NKY Region). The amount of the scholarship is $2500 annually or $1250 per semester; renewable, providing the student maintains a 2.5 GPA. The maximum scholarship per student is $10,000 over a four-year period for undergraduate study.