Photo: Dana Shaw
Empowering Outstanding Youth through College Scholarships
After graduating from Hampton Bays High School in 1982, Art Jones attended Hamilton College and ultimately ended up working at Carr Futures in the World Trade Center. He was working that fateful day in September, 2001 and tragically lost his life. Soon after, the AJJ Scholarship Fund was created to help keep his memory alive and to empower young men and women leading their lives in his likeness. Since its inception in 2001, the AJJ Scholarship Fund has awarded over $300,000 in scholarships and worthy community initiatives.
Here are some ways you can contribute:
Checks made payable to:
AJJ Scholarship Fund
c/o Scott Jones
10 Weesuck Avenue
East Quogue, NY 11942
Friends of Art operate as a support and outreach arm of the AJJ Board to ensure that our events are as successful as possible. Reach out to any Board member or contact us here to get involved.
Academic success, defined as
"Honor Roll" status with at least an 88 cumulative GPA.
Evidence of active community service and extra-curricular involvement.
Team participation each year of high school in at least one sport. Must include a varsity team.
Completion of an
essay at school.
Participation in an interview with the Scholarship Committee.