Free Scholarship Money to Expand Statewide

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WILKES-BARRE, Pa. -- A new plan to help Pennsylvanians save for college will soon expand statewide.

Under the Keystone Scholars Program, parents of newborns get a $100 scholarship grant to start a college savings funds.

Right now, the program is limited to six counties including Luzerne.

But next year, the program will be expanded to make every newborn eligible.

To take part in the program, parents have to sign their babies up before their first birthday.

Go here for more information on the Keystone Scholarship.

1 Comment

  • LisaHill (@LisaHill2011)

    It would help if you listed the 6 counties in your article???
    Please note that during the initial phases of the Keystone Scholars Account Program only children born in 2018 and 2019 in Delaware, Elk, Indiana, Luzerne, Mifflin, or Westmoreland Counties are eligible.

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