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Autism Can Do Scholarship

$5,000

June 15, 2021

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • John’s Crazy Socks is now accepting applications for its Autism Can Do Scholarship. This year, the Doug Flutie. Jr Foundation for Autism is co-sponsoring the Autism Can Do Scholarship. The program will present a $5,000 scholarship to a person on the autism spectrum in the United States to use at a college or trade school. Applications will be accepted from April 13th until June 15th. Applicants must complete a brief form, submit a brief personal statement and design a pair of socks. The winner will be announced on July 15th. The application can be found at the scholarship page at the John’s Crazy Socks website.

    To enter the competition for the scholarship, a person must complete a brief application, provide a brief statement and submit a sock design. Applicants need not have a background in fashion or design to submit a design, only an active imagination. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 40 Republic Road
  • Melville, NY 11747
  • scholarship@johnscrazysocks.com
  • 631-760-5625

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