The Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation has granted over 688 scholarships to students across Pennsylvania, totaling well over $1,000,000. Learn how to apply.
The Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation provides resources, guidance and leadership opportunities to over 580 youth across the state, and it takes the hearts and hands of dedicated volunteers to help the youth groups thrive.
The financial support of outstanding college students through a robust scholarship program is one of the many valuable initiatives of the Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation. The competitive scholarship program includes the awarding of over $150,000.00 in undergraduate scholarships annually. A lesser recognized support of higher education comes in the form of service scholarships provided to
On June 17, adult leaders from Pennsylvania DeMolay, Pennsylvania Job’s Daughters, Pennsylvania Knights of Pythagoras, Pennsylvania Rainbow for Girls and Pennsylvania Ruth Mitchell Tucker Girls met with the staff and the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation to share concerns, successes and needs. For three hours, these youth group volunteers held an open
Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation (PMYF) has promoted David W. Berry to executive director and Joseph A. Pullin to assistant executive director, effective immediately. As executive director, Berry is responsible for establishing goals and objectives; supervising staff; maintaining the budget; coordinating facilities’ usage and scheduling; communicating with Masonic youth groups, their leaders and Masonic organizations; overseeing
In March 1919, DeMolay International was formed in Kansas City, Missouri. The organization is named for Jacques DeMolay, the last Grand Master of the Order of the Knights Templar. When tortured to reveal secrets and names, DeMolay refused to betray those he considered his brothers. It was upon this principle that “Dad” Frank S. Land,
Being a mentor means making an impact on the lives of others. Our Masonic youth group members rely on mentors and advisors to help motivate them to reach the success that we know they are capable of. Adult volunteers dedicate their time to support our Masonic youth in reaching these goals. While adult advisors help
Teachers, coaches, instructors and guidance counselors all help guide youth and inspire them to be the best version of themselves. Although a parent is the best influencer a child will have, it sometimes takes other adult role models to motivate our youth even further. In this article, we will look at the role of an
There are two essays that must be completed as a part of the PMYF application. The first one is a Personal Goals Essay, and the second one changes from year to year; for 2022, the second essay, the Personal Experiences Essay, is: “Pick one experience in your own life and explain how it has influenced
PMYF is pleased to announce the establishment of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania First Responder Scholarship, awarded in honor of R.W. Past Grand Master Thomas Gamon, IV. This scholarship is for a minimum of $2,000.00 and a maximum of $2,500.00 and is to be used for tuition, fees, and program-required equipment. Eligible students must file