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COMMITMENT TO SERVICE AWARDS

Volunteers make a difference in individual lives as well as communities. Many of these contributions of time and talent are given by concerned and committed youth.  To recognize these efforts the Sheriff of Cook County, Thomas J. Dart, sponsors the Sheriff Thomas J. Dart Commitment to Service Award. This award is given to residents of Cook County, grades 9-12, who have provided meaningful volunteer service to their communities. A minimum of 100 hours of voluntary community service is required to qualify.

Send the completed application to:

Cook County Sheriff’s Juvenile Justice & Advocacy Unit
1401 S Maybrook Dr. Room 150.
Maywood, IL 60153

ILLINOIS SHERIFF’S ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The Juvenile Justice & Advocacy Unit coordinates an annual scholarship program for students residing in Cook County. Four scholarships are awarded to students who will be attending a college or university in Illinois in the next academic year.

The Illinois Sheriff’s Association Scholarship is due March 15th. For more information, please visit https://www.ilsheriff.org/. We will post the link to the application in late January.