Annual Scholarship

Applications for the
2022 Coram Civic Community Service Scholarship
are due by March 31, 2022!

The Coram Civic Association, a volunteer organization that is dedicated to the preservation of the history, beauty and spirit of the hamlet of Coram, has established a $500 Annual Community Service Educational Scholarship.

The Civic Association will award the Community Service Educational Scholarship to a high school student-public or private - who is a resident of Coram (zip 11727), is completing the senior year of high school, and has demonstated a record of volunteer services within the community. The specific criteria for the scholarship are:

  -Resident of the hamlet of Coram (11727)
  -High School student in his/her senior year
  -Maintained a 2.7 (B- level or 80.0 GPA) or better
  -Record of Community Service

  -Accepted for enrollment in a post high school formal                education program such as college or the career-oriented 

   Adult Education Programs at BOCES including CTE, 
   Health, and Literacy.

The deadline for the receipt of the Scholarship Application is March 31, 2022.

Questions and/or concerns regarding the Scholarship should be directed to the Coram Civic Scholarship Committee at or sent via regular mail to:

                                    Coram Civic Association
                                  Scholarship Committee
                                  PO Box 21
                                  Coram, NY 11727

Download a copy of the Scholarship Application here. Print it, complete it, and return it to the Coram Civic Association at the above mail address. If you would prefer for us to email an application to you, send your request to the Scholarship Committee at 

Congratulations to our
2021 Community Service Scholarship Winner!
Michael Asselta

The Coram Civic Association was very proud to present          the 2022 Coram Civic Association Community               Service Scholarship Award to Michael Asselta

This year's awardee is Michael Asselta of Coram, a Magna Cum Laude student at St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School in West Islip! Michael is shown above receiving the award certificate and check for $500 from Erma Gluck, president of the Coram Civic Association. Michael has been an honor roll student for his four-years of high school, a member of the Spanish Honor Society, and active with the Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, and Pep Band. Michael is also a member of the Tri-M Music Honor Society. He has been heavily involved with serving the community through his work with the Boy Scouts (Life Scout status), the Knights of Columbus Squires at St. Frances Cabrini Church in Coram, the League of YES, and his service as a lector and altar server at his church. Congratulations Michael!

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