Jane S. Glenn Scholarship
Jane S. Glenn was an attorney and a member of MCCBR for a number of years. She was a beloved volunteer in the Children’s Church. Jane is missed by many friends and members of MCCBR. The memorial scholarship is a tribute to her passion for education and pursuing dreams.
This Scholarship was established by Metropolitan Community Church of the Blue Ridge in recognition of Jane S. Glenn for her service to the community of Roanoke, Virginia and MCC Blue Ridge, as well as her significant professional accomplishment as an attorney in this community. Throughout a distinguished career of service to the public and service to bar, Jane S. Glenn demonstrated a commitment to supporting individual excellence in all endeavors, whether actions of charity or benevolence or efforts to achieve a higher education. This scholarship seeks to implement her commitment through encouragement of and assistance to qualified students in pursuit of a college education.
In December, 2007, following the establishment of this scholarship, the initial scholarship funds were donated to MCC Blue Ridge. The Board of MCC Blue Ridge and Scholarship Committee administer the funds pursuant to its Trust Agreement and the Scholarship Committee is charged with selecting the persons to receive the scholarship(s).
Jane S. Glenn Scholarship Qualifications and Application
Goal: Seeking students who demonstrate diligence in and commitment to their studies, academic excellence, and service to their community.
Requirements: The applicant must have a grade point average of at least 3.0 for the semester/term proceeding receipt of the application by MCC Blue Ridge and must be accepted, or expect to be accepted prior to the next fall semester, into an accredited college or university.
Application: An applicant must complete and timely submit the application form approved by the Board. The form must be accompanied by two letters of recommendation dated during the current school year, one of which must be from a teacher or instructor; a statement on why the applicant should be a recipient of the scholarship, and an official copy of the applicant’s latest grade transcript (3.0 GPA minimum requirement). Failure to include these items will disqualify the applicant.
Funding: The number of scholarships awarded each year may vary and is in the sole discretion of the Board. Endowments and contributions are encouraged by any interested persons or institutions.
Time Table: Applications must be postmarked no later than August 1 of each year. Applications shall be mailed to Jane S. Glenn Memorial Endowed Scholarship, Metropolitan Community Church of the Blue Ridge.
The application form for the Jane S. Glenn Scholarship can be found here.
Please make sure application is postmarked no later than August 1 of the current year. Mail to:
Jane S. Glenn Memorial Endowed Scholarship
Metropolitan Community Church of the Blue Ridge
806 Jamison Ave, SE
Roanoke, Virginia 24013
If you would like to make a tax deductible donation to the Jane S. Glenn Scholarship, please make check payable to MCCBR. In the memo line, please note Jane Glenn Scholarship Fund.