The Auburn Chamber program promotes goodwill and cooperation among the business and educational communities through various programs including: student scholarships, mini-grants to educators, job shadowing, and supporting additional needs of the Auburn Schools.

The Auburn Chamber program promotes goodwill and cooperation among the business and educational communities through various programs including: student scholarships, mini-grants to educators, job shadowing, and supporting additional needs of the Auburn Schools.

Since 1995, the Auburn Chamber has awarded a total of $312,500 in both student scholarships and teacher mini-grants with proceeds from its Annual School/Business Partnership Golf Tournament held every September.

The 2020 scholarship application period is now open. All applications must be postmarked no later than March 9, 2020.

Scholarship applications are available to all student residents of Auburn who are in their senior year. Applications are available in January with a March deadline. Please note students may only apply for one scholarship type.

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