Linda Craig Memorial Scholarship
- Website Address
- Pacers Foundation, Inc.
- 125 S. Pennsylvania Street
- Indianapolis, IN 46204
- Email Address
- Application Deadline
- April 15, 2016
- Number Of Awards
- Maximum Amount
- Scholarship Description
- The Linda Craig Memorial Scholarship, a program of the Pacers Foundation, Inc., provides scholarships for undergraduate college students presently enrolled in an Indiana college or university.
The scholarship is awarded to deserving students with an academic major of medicine, sports medicine, physical therapy and/or related disciplines. The scholarship was established in the memory of Linda Lorraine Sharvelle Craig by Indiana Pacers Athletic Trainer, David Craig, and Dr. John Abrams. The scholarship is supported by St. Vincents Sports Medicine Group and those who remember Linda and who want to perpetuate her legacy through the scholarship recipients. We target students who have completed at least four semesters.
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