Need more information now? Call Heather Lytle, Administrative Director, at (402) 729-2278 ext. 122.
All scholarships will be in the amount of $1,000 and can be used for tuition, books and fees associated with enrollment. Three scholarships will be awarded.
Applicants must reside in BVCA Partnership’s service area which includes Butler, Fillmore, Gage, Jefferson, Polk, Saline, Seward, Thayer and York Counties in Nebraska. The BVCA Partnership scholarship application, guidelines and a listing of eligibility requirements may be obtained from area high school administrative or guidance counselor offices, or by contacting the BVCA Partnership Center in your area.
Applications can also be downloaded by clicking the link below. All applications must be received or postmarked on or before March 1, 2022.
Individuals wishing to donate to BVCA’s Scholarship Fund are asked to contact Heather Lytle or Shari Wurtz-Miller, BVCA’s CEO.
As part of a competitive application process, scholarships are available to income-eligible individuals planning to attend college.
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Medicaid Vaccines for Children (VFC) and Private Vaccines are offered in Fillmore, Jefferson, Saline and Seward Counties. All clients must make an appointment and have their insurance eligibility confirmed prior to receiving any vaccines. Walk-ins are NOT accepted at this time. Please bring your insurance card to each visit.
Telehealth services are for individuals who are not comfortable with technology or for those that simply do not have access to a computer, smart phone or internet but still need to connect to our services. While BVCA Partnership is focusing these services for elderly, homeless, and/or low-income individuals, our Telehealth services are available to anyone who has a need.
This is a framework of programs and services helping older unconnected youth voluntarily transition successfully into adulthood. It includes gap funding for essential services or resources.
A voluntary service for families and individuals needing support with resources or services which will help them thrive and avoid becoming involved in formal government systems. This includes single and two parent families with children 18 years of age and younger who are residing with them; pregnant or parenting youth/young adults; or young adults without children 19 to 24 years of age.
We have financial literacy education and savings and matching assistance with car purchases, first time rental expenses or home purchase, higher education tuition expenses, medical bills, or debt consolidation. There are specific criteria and match ratio for each category.
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