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Qeusta Education Foundation Begins Steuben County Program
Thursday Mar 13, 2014 1:19pm
Steuben County Community Foundation • Angola, IN

By: Jim Measel

(ANGOLA) - The Steuben County Economic Development Corporation along with the Olive B. Cole Foundation have announced their financial support of the Questa Scholars Program in Steuben County. In turn, the Steuben County Community Foundation will establish an endowment for its long-term benefits. The Questa program provides low-interest forgivable loans for moderate to middle income individuals and families. In the pilot year, four Questa Scholars were picked in Steuben County. The Steuben County Economic Development Corporation will be funding two Questa Scholars pursing an associate degree at Ivy Tech Community College. Applications will be available online until May 1st at www.questafoundation.org.

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