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George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation Scholarship

$18,000

February 17, 2021

Awards Available: 70

  • Scholarship Description
  • Each Spring, the Foundation awards seventy (70) scholarships to Houston area high school seniors for undergraduate study. The award is $18,000, disbursed over four years, and is awarded to high school seniors at the start of their senior year (home-schooled students qualify). Students must be from the Houston counties of Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, or Waller. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Schoalrship Committee
  • 3336 Richmond
  • Suite 310
  • Houston, TX 77098
  • HammanFdn@aol.com
  • 713-521-4601

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HN  on 10/4/2020 9:38:30 AM

I am applying for this scholarship because college is around the corner and it's gonna be really expensive for my family and I.

Devyn flores  on 9/24/2020 2:27:35 PM

i've struggled with trying to get schalorships or money to save for my college tuition and neither work so im here to try.

Jesus M.  on 9/1/2020 9:41:30 PM

I, mother of Jesus M., am wanting to apply for the scholarship for him. His dream is to become a chiropractor. He has started this journey by being enrolled in a dual program. His biggest worry is that we his parents will not be able to pay for his college, so he worked the summer of 2020 in the heat building fences to save money for college.Please help me give my son a little relief finacially, so he can become a chiropractor.

Makinze Spivey  on 7/21/2020 5:35:46 PM

I am applying for this scholarship because my goal is to play college volleyball and the school I am interested in can not offer athletic scholarships it only offers academic ones. I do not have the grades to receive academic money and my family does not have the money to send me to school.

KJ  on 2/19/2020 9:08:32 AM

I applied for this scholarship because college is approaching and it is also very expensive. So I’ve been trying to figure out how could I get into college with little to no money, and presume my dream of being a nurse.

Moses Otieno  on 2/9/2020 12:51:47 PM

I applied for this scholarship mainly because as college is coming up soon my main concern is how I will pay for college. College is very expensive and I'm hoping I can get a scholarship that can help pay my undergrad at least a good amount so that when I apply to dental school I won't have to worry about coming out with too much debt.

Courtney T  on 5/24/2009 5:38:44 PM

My sister won this scholarship. Well worth the effort.

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