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National Strength and Conditioning Association Foundation Women's Scholarship

$2,000

October 15, 2021

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • This scholarship is designed to support those who identify as female, ages 17 and older, to enter into the field of strength and conditioning. Applicants must demonstrate they have been accepted into an accredited institution and are working toward an undergraduate or graduate degree in the strength and conditioning field. $2,000 awards are available. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1885 Bob Johnson DR
  • Colorado Springs, CO 80906
  • foundation@nsca.com
  • tel: 800-815-6826
  • fax: 719-632-6367

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Natalie A  on 9/20/2020 11:11:15 AM

Hello, my name is Natalie. I am from Sarasota, Fl. I am currently a freshman in college, working towards my Associate's degree in Dental Hygiene and afterward earn my bachelor's degree to apply for Dental School. My parents are immigrants; they sacrificed a lot by getting to the U.S. They dreamt of their kids going to college and getting degrees, and I needed to make the dream a reality. My family has made many sacrifices to allow me to focus on education. I now have an opportunity to become the first person in my family to attend college. This scholarship will push me further towards my dreams of one day having a successful career as a Dentist. Being the first generation in my family to attend college is significant, and it means a lot to me. I feel blessed that I am allowed to be awarded a scholarship to help fulfill my dream, and I will prove that I do have what it takes to be a successful student and an excellent Dentist.

Brisa H  on 7/21/2020 6:48:30 PM

Good afternoon, my name is Brisa. I was born and raised in Los Angeles. I'm the daughter of two hard working parents who immigrated here for a brighter future. My family is what inspires me to keep going. They motivate to be someone in this world, an individual who impact someones life in some sort, an individual who saves people. I will be the first generation in my family to go to college. I will continue to strive to my future no matter how many brides I cross. My parents came here to the United States speaking no English. They struggle and continue to struggle everyday but never complain because they know they have a family that they need to support.They never give up, they always look forward no matter how hard life gets. That's what's in my head everyday to propel me and that is why I am applying to this scholarship.

Katie P  on 2/28/2020 9:42:06 PM

I am the youngest of four children born to my parents. I am looking to continue my education in sports medicine a opo$into chiropractic program. I ha other sibling in cell ad me and my family would greatly benefit!

Novalee C  on 12/2/2019 12:57:11 PM

Hello my name is Novalee. I come from a family that is not big in education. Me being the first to go to college is a huge thing to my family and I. They are there with me to help get what I deserve. I am currently accepted into UW Parkside, but I have no idea how I am going to pay for my college. Quitting a sport that I love so much just to get a job I start next week is heartbreaking, and would also hurt if I also have to quit track too in the upcoming spring. It would mean the world to me to have this opportunity so that I don't have to have this stress. Thank you for your time and God bless!

vaughn v  on 10/1/2019 9:25:58 AM

My name is Vaughn and I come from a small town in West Virginia. I am the oldest to two brothers who will also have to attend college. I'm paying for college myself and am interested in a lot of scholarships. Coming from a small town, I know the struggle to be able to make it out in the real world. That's why I'm applying for this scholarship.

Letasiilemiliona F  on 9/5/2019 1:20:53 PM

Hi, im come from a big family. I'm the middle child in both my households, and I'm the first one to leave our state of Alaska to go to college somewhere else! I am a senior this year and am really focusing on scholarships this year. I am trying to help myself through college so my parents dont have to. I come from a split family and I have 3+ siblings at each house, so I want them to support them and not worry about me with college money. This scholarship would help out me a lot! Thank you!

Shareeka V.  on 7/30/2019 2:05:22 PM

Hi, My name is Shareeka and I come from Daytona Beach Fl. I am the first sibling out of 8 to attend college. I am also a single mother of beautiful girl named Trinity. One of my long term goals have always been to finish college not only for myself but my daughter and family. I want to lead by example and show my family that you can achieve anything possible no matter your situation. I am currently in school for Psychology and plan on furthering my education once I graduate with my Bachelors. Financially its been difficult for me to focus on school and work because of my finances. This scholarship will help me out tremendously, I pray whoever read this comment find it in their heart to bless me with it. Thanks, God Bless

Jhyla P  on 7/23/2019 3:15:55 PM

Hi there, I come from from a big family, plus I am the oldest sibling in my house hold let alone the only girl, and the first to graduate with an associates degree trying to go and achieve my bachelors degree. My family struggles a lot now with what we do, and is an even bigger struggle of trying to get me into attend a 4- year college. I am a cancer survivor who was diagnosed with a brain tumor, and now being able to see that it is possible for me to achieve my dreams and obstacles I am forever grateful. My mother is a single mother and we cannot afford to get me into school at the moment. Any amount possible that I may be able to receive would mean the world to me and I will always be grateful.

Adrianna C  on 10/15/2018 12:15:12 PM

Hey there, I’m the oldest sibling in my house hold and the first to go to college in my family let alone a 4-year university. My family and I have been really struggling with payments for this first semester. Being the oldest we are looking towards me dropping out because we cannot afford the expensives. Any amount would help us and I would be so forever greatful this blessing.

Brittney A  on 8/16/2018 4:42:41 PM

Hello, I come from a small home. We are a family of four including me. Being the youngest I am the last hope. This would be an opportunity of a lifetime.

cierra m  on 3/12/2018 2:27:14 PM

Hello my name is Cierra Malloy I am 17 years old I will be 18 In may I have 3 people willing enough to provide recommendation letters but I have no idea where to send them.

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