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KYTESOL ESL/LEP Student Scholarship Opportunity

$1,500

March 16, 2021

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • KYTESOL (Kentucky Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) offers a scholarship to an ESL/LEP student graduating from a Kentucky high school based on the availability of funding. Eligible applicants must be a Kentucky high school senior, be an ESL/LEP student with a native language other than English (and have been enrolled in ESL class during middle or high school years), have a 2.5 GPA, demonstrate financial need, and plan on attending a two- or four-year post-secondary institution (college, university, vocational or technical school) in Kentucky. Recipients are notified in May. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 115 S. Miles Street
  • Elizabethtown, KY 42701
  • reimer7675@yahoo.com

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felicinda de gouveia  on 7/12/2020 11:16:59 AM

A scholarship can make a big difference in my education. The money from a scholarship helps by allowing me to be more selective in how I spend my free time. I'll be able to maximize the college experience through service-learning, volunteer opportunities and internships. This scholarship is a blessing for me, number one. It means a lot because not only is it helping me with college and I'm very honored to be getting the award. My career goals are teaching psychology ; that is what I will be majoring in. With this scholarship and the need-based grants I have been awarded, I can complete my education and continue to solve problems within my community. These are the areas I plan to serve. I am grateful to be considered for this scholarship opportunity, and should I be selected, I will use it to advance my physiologist education. I appreciate your consideration, and I look forward to building a lasting relationship with your organization.

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