2013 Kuck and Stenner scholarship applications now available

  
  


Attention collegiate cyclists! The 2013 John Stenner Memorial Scholarship and the Joshua Kuck Memorial Scholarship applications are now available. Each scholarship will be awarded to one male and one female, and the USA Cycling Development Foundation will announce the winners on Dec. 20. Each award will be a minimum of $1,500.

Even if you are new to the world of collegiate cycling, please keep these awards in mind for the future, and pass the information along to any standout teammates that you think meet the qualifications for either scholarship (information below).

Click on the links below to access the applications:

All applications must be received by December 16, 2013.

About the John Stenner Memorial Scholarship
The John Stenner Memorial Scholarships are based on academic achievements, athletic accomplishments and service to the community with an emphasis on collegiate team involvement and leadership. Stenner scholarships are funded by donations to the USA Cycling Development Foundation in the name of John Stenner, one of the founders of collegiate cycling.

About the Joshua Kuck Memorial Scholarships
The Joshua Kuck Memorial Scholarships are based on outstanding achievements in the areas of cycling safety, advocacy and education. The program is funded through the USA Cycling Development Foundation by directed donations from the friends and family of Joshua Kuck, a University of South Florida collegiate cyclist who passed away on his bike in 2007.

For more information on either scholarship please contact Steve McCauley at smccauley@usacycling.org.


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