Doty E. Nash Educational Assistance Scholarship

The brothers of King David Lodge #100, a subordinate lodge of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons, State of Illinois and its Jurisdiction, are proud to announce its annual Doty E. Nash Educational Assistance Scholarship. Doty E. Nash was a member of King David Lodge #100, where he served as Worshipful Master (President) in 1959. Because of his numerous professional and personal accomplishments, the title of Honorary Past Grand Master was bestowed upon him, one of the highest honors a Master Mason can receive. The objective of this Educational Assistance Fund is to provide financial support to incoming college freshman who exhibit a diligent commitment to fulfill life’s goals through education.

Website: Doty E. Nash Educational Assistance Scholarship

Scholarship Qualifications: Be a graduating senior at a Chicago or suburban public or private high school.

Renewable: No

Open to DREAMers: Unknown

Supplemental Questions
  1. Essay: Write a response (450-500 words maximum) to the following quote, "Don't play what's there, play what's not there."—Miles Davis (1926–91)
  2. Please upload your letter of acceptance to a four year college or university
  3. Please provide three letters of recommendation that attests to the applicant's character and commitment to higher education.
    • Name and Email Address
    • Name and Email Address
    • Name and Email Address
    • Name and Email Address
  4. You are required to list your work history (if applicable); involvement in extra-curricular activities; community service, and awards and honors received.
  5. Official Transcript Required
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