Glenn Moon Scholarship 2019

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Are you interested in a career in education? For the 40th consecutive year we are offering financial help to qualified high school seniors who are pursuing a teaching degree. Any Connecticut resident who will be a 2019 graduate of a secondary school in Connecticut is eligible to apply, provided he/she is committed to entering the field of education. Interested? Click here to get started.

Past winners:

Edona Bytyqi (2018) – 4-year renewable scholarship of $2000 per year. Graduating from Wolcott High School, to attend UConn in the fall of 2018

Suzanna Htoo (2017)– 4-year renewable scholarship of $2000 per year. From Hartford attending ECSU.

Travis Berry (2016)–  4-year renewable scholarship of $2000 per year.  From Dayville who attends UConn.

Cindy Fan (2018) – 1-year scholarship of $1500. Graduating from Fitch High School in Groton, to attend UConn in the fall of 2018

Rachel Marie Ulitsch (2018) – 1-year scholarship of $1500. Graduating from Stafford High School, to attend ECSU in the fall of 2018


Evaluations will be based on the following:

  • Academic record
  • Character and Personality including community service
  • Interests and Educational Activities
  • Financial Need will be determined by the Student Aid Report (SAR).



A four-year scholarship of $2,000 a year. The four-year scholarship winner must maintain college grades in the upper bracket and must continue teacher preparation training for all 4 years.

Two one-year scholarships of $1500 for your freshmen year.



Students MUST use the 2019 online application found on this website starting January, 2019. The directions for completion can be found at beginning January, 2019. (Each year there are changes to the application form; therefore application forms from previous years will not be accepted.) Print a hardcopy, complete the application, and mail it to the contact person for your high school as listed on the chart of high schools, also found online. The application must be must be postmarked no later than March 30, 2019.

If you have questions please contact Judy Morganroth, Glenn Moon Scholarship President at — 860-498-0222 (home phone so please leave a message) or


List of Winners Available May 1, 2019

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