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Buckeye Rural offices will be closed Monday, December 24 and Tuesday, December 25, in observation of the Christmas holidays. We wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas! ... See MoreSee Less

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Buckeye Rural Electric is proud to present the following Children of Members Scholarships:
• First-place Buckeye REC award: $1,500
• Second-place Buckeye REC award: $1,200
• Third-place Buckeye REC award: $800
BREC’s first-place winner will compete for the Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives (OEC) scholarships in Columbus. Students must apply for the local BREC scholarships to qualify for the statewide competition. The potential total scholarship award for first place ($1,500) at Buckeye REC and first place ($3,650) at OEC is $5,150!
At the state level, the 24 awards range from $1,250 to $3,650. An in-person interview is required. All applicants must be a high school senior who resides with parents or legal guardians who are members of the cooperative. Other minimum requirements must be met. Applications and rules are found at
Your school guidance counselors may also be able to assist you. The first two pages of each application can be filled in online before printing.

Return all forms to: Buckeye REC, Inc., Attn: Scholarship
Coordinator, P. O. Box 200, Rio Grande, OH 45674-0200.
DEADLINE: Applications must be postmarked by Feb. 9, 2019.

Scholarship finalist interviews will be held at our offices in Rio Grande on or around March 1, 2019 Applicants will receive additional information prior to that date.
The candidates will be evaluated initially by their scholastic
record and personal achievements/school & community
activities. After finalist are selected, the judging process will include a personal interview and test students’ knowledge of cooperatives, bases upon the Online Orientation course located at
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