Established in 2000

Eligibility: For Cumberland County students pursuing degrees in fields of study that will prepare them to work directly with families and children.

This scholarship was established in memory of Maude E. Keisling, former University of Tennessee Extension agent in Cumberland County, and in honor of all the extension homemaker members who worked so diligently for many years to make this possible. Following Maude’s death in 1967, club members established the scholarship to assist students majoring in home economics who pursue degrees in fields of study that will prepare them to work directly with families and children.


Contact Information

Pat Cole

Pat Cole

Senior Coordinator, Scholarships

  • pcole@cfmt.org
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