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Two Ten Higher Education Scholarship

$16,000

April 19, 2020

Awards Available: 2

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Two Ten Higher Education Scholarships is a need-based scholarship program, with awards based on financial need in addition to academic performance and personal character. Applicants or their parents must have a minimum of two years' employment in the footwear industry (1,000 hours over two years). Students must be enrolled or about to enroll in an accredited two or four-year college, university, vocational/technical school or nursing school, and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA to renew the scholarship. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1466 Main Street
  • Waltham, MA 02451
  • contactus@applyists.com
  • tel: 800-346-3210
  • fax: 781-736-1555

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princess.pattiey@gmail.com  on 8/30/2019 7:54:28 AM

I want to pursue my studies in college i want to be a teacher..i really want this scholarship program

Bhimrao Ghule  on 8/7/2019 2:26:53 AM

I want a scholarship for complete my degree education...

Gerard  on 7/20/2019 6:36:22 AM

I need a scholarship of Masters in Theology

jamal4lubna.97@gmail.com  on 3/19/2018 2:45:22 PM

I am very glade to have such chance to improve my skills in teaching, and I want to work with the disabled children specially, autism type. hope u can offer me this opportunity to go on with my career.

Kristopher Conner  on 3/2/2018 3:24:51 PM

Thank God for my blessings that I have an education but I need more for my career to carry me out of my road block

Christine F  on 8/29/2011 8:29:46 PM

This is the best thing I have read all day. With all the struggles with the Financial Aid I have been having this would be a life saver

Steve B  on 11/29/2010 11:51:07 AM

I thank GOD you guys exist...I am the first to attend college and would like to eventually get a PHd in Communications.

manuel g  on 11/25/2010 1:52:50 PM

i really want to go to college. Ill be the first from my family i really want to be something in life im willing to work hard to accomplish

Justin W  on 10/26/2010 7:34:52 PM

I am looking tobecome and architect and this scholarship would help out tons!

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