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Dick Glover Scholarship

The Community Foundation is pleased to announce the 2022 scholarship program for graduating high school seniors, recent high school graduates and adult learners. 

Eligibility criteria, which is unique to each scholarship, and application information can be accessed on the Foundation’s website.  In addition to sharing this information with your students, we encourage you to consider posting it on your website.  You and your students may find the attached application guide helpful throughout the process.  It is also available on our website.  

All applications and supporting materials must be submitted online, and are due on or before March 1, 2022 at 5:00 pmPlease encourage students to request transcripts and letter(s) of recommendation well in advance of the deadline as we will not be able to offer deadline extensions due to inclement weather.  

Last year the Foundation awarded over $465,000 to students across the Commonwealth.  With more than 65 scholarships, we hope that your students will take advantage of these opportunities.

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2022 College Commitments

Please let us know if your wrestler has verbally committed or has signed a National Letter of Intent to continue their career at the collegiate level. Email Rob Prebish with the information so your athlete can be added to the list of commitments. Include the following information:

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USA Wrestling statement on social justice

Social injustice is wrong and contrary to the inclusive nature of wrestling. USA Wrestling’s mission is to provide quality opportunities for its members to achieve their full athletic and human potential. Recent tragedies in our nation compel us to do more and do it better. We stand with our African American and black communities and all of the diverse people who are part of our sport. We will focus our actions on how we can drive change against unjust treatment, police brutality, and systematic racism that is plaguing our nation and world. We need to come together now and use our voice, platform, and actions to help create the kind of society that reflects our values. By its nature, wrestling can be the most inclusive sport on earth. Anyone can wrestle and everyone is welcome. When we hit the mat, we are all part of one wrestling family.

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Wrestlers Who Won 100+ Matches in their High School Career: Check Our List!

All former Virginia high school wrestlers should check out our list of athletes who won 100 or more matches in their career to make sure their name, school, graduation year and number of career wins is listed. You can check the list by clicking here. If you need to be added to the list please email Rob Prebish with your information and he will add it to the list!



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