Scholarships

 

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The AOH & LAOH Irish Way Scholarship

The National Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians offer two $500 Irish Way Scholarships for children and grandchildren of the AOH and the LAOH.  The Irish Way Program is a nationally recognized summer study abroad program that takes place in Ireland.  It is a 25 day cultural academic program that takes place in Ireland for any American high school student.

For more information on this scholarship visit the National Ancient Order of Hibernians website for more details.  http://www.aoh.com/scholarships/

AOH National Board Junior Year Study Abroad Scholarship

The National Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians established two annual $1000 Junior Year Abroad Scholarships for the son or daughter of an AOH member in good standing and must be attending an accredited college and has been accepted at an accredited college in Ireland.

For more information on this scholarship visit the National Ancient Order of Hibernians website for more details.  http://www.aoh.com/scholarships/

Lillian E. Fay Scholarship

Scholarship for Trinity College, Washington, D.C.

The National Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians sponsors the Lillian E. Fay Scholarship at Trinity College in Washington, D.C for a member or daughter of the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians and a member in good standing. 

For more information about the Lillian E. Fay Scholarship  visit the National Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians website for more details.  http://www.ladiesaoh.com/scholarships/

Notre Dame Hibernian Scholarship

Students who will be attending the University of Notre Dame for the 2019-2020 school year are encouraged to apply for the Notre Dame Hibernian Scholarship.  The scholarship is open to both men and women students who are full time undergraduates attending Notre Dame.  Eligible applicants will be those students whose parent is either a member in good standing of the AOH or the LAOH or whom themselves are members in good standing of the AOH or the LAOH.  Those interested should follow the standard application procedures for admission and for financial aid consideration of the University as described in its publications and on its website (www.nd.edu) and also submit a letter regarding their Hibernian scholarship eligibility to the Office of Student Financial Services, University of Notre Dame, Main 115 Building, Notre Dame, IN 46556.

For more information about Notre Dame Hibernian Scholarship visit the National Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians website for more details.  http://www.ladiesaoh.com/scholarships/