Jaron Logan Czachowrski Memorial Scholarship
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About the Scholarship
The Jaron Logan Czachowrski Memorial Scholarship fund was established in 2022 to honor Jaron’s memory and the pursuit of Music and Art, two things that he was very passionate about. Every year, an Ithaca High School student furthering their education in undergraduate or graduate education in music or arts, including, but not limited to, graphic design, the fine arts, the performing arts, the visual arts, teaching art or music will be chosen to be the recipient of this scholarship.
Jaron loved to create, and his imagination had no bounds whether it was digital media, sculptures, paintings, beats, or rapping, he showed true talent and passion for it all. His 26 years on this Earth brought true happiness to his family and they will forever miss his infectious smile, warm hugs, and goofy sense of humor along with the giggle that followed anything funny. Jaron will always be remembered for being extremely passionate about the love he had for his family and friends, creating music and his unique art.
As a 2015 graduate of Ithaca High School, Jaron’s family have established this scholarship in his memory to recognize a student who has the same passions that he did, music and art meant everything to him, he worked tirelessly at both. He was a loving and dedicated son, brother, uncle, grandson, and nephew, who provided immense happiness to all of his family.
Jaron’s family is grateful to have the opportunity to continue his legacy through awarding this annual scholarship due to the outpouring of support and love by family, friends, and the local community.
Number of Awards and Value
This is a new scholarship fund at the Foundation. The first scholarship will be awarded in the 2023 scholarship cycle.
- Must be a current or previous graduate of Ithaca High School pursuing post-secondary education at a college, university, or vocational school.
- For pursuit of undergraduate or graduate education in music or arts, including, but not limited to, graphic design, the fine arts, the performing arts, the visual arts, teaching art or music, etc.
- In 500 words or less, students submit an essay outlining why they chose this specific field of study in the arts or music and what they hope to accomplish.
- Personal letter of reference from a non-family member (e.g., teacher, advisor, clergy, etc.).