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BMO Capital Markets Lime Connect Equity Through Education Scholarship

$10,000

October 18, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Launched in 2005, Equity Through Education helps people achieve their dreams by getting the opportunity to develop themselves through education, and the program builds a diverse workforce. Applicants must be current undergraduate or graduate students enrolled at four-year colleges or universities in the United States, be a full-time student with a minimum 40% courseload, have a disability and be pursuing a degree in business, commerce, computer science, engineering, math, physics, statistics or a related discipline. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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Courtney M  on 10/10/2019 11:30:03 PM

I have quite a few different impairments but am pursuing a degree currently. I am working towards achieving my Bachelor's in Business with a background in the science of Accounting through Independence University Online. I am almost finished with my first year and have been doing fantastic!

Madison B  on 10/9/2019 6:39:16 AM

Hello I have a hearing impairment and moderate thoracic outlet syndrome and am looking to have a career in finance. However I'm a Highschool senior.

Julian L  on 10/1/2019 9:49:56 AM

Would love to apply however I am still a senior in high school and it is only for current college students.

Jarriel G  on 9/30/2019 5:00:15 PM

Hello, I am currently enrolled in school and I am not working at the moment due to kidney related issues. I wish to apply for this scholarship program because I in need of help financially in order to pay for necessities and gas.

Candice L  on 9/17/2019 10:34:45 PM

Hello, I am a single mother with 5 children. I am currently enrolled in school and I am not working at the moment. Although my mom helps with what little she can, none of the fathers help. I am applying for this scholarship program because I could use the help. Especially with gas and necessities throughout the school year. My children are very active throughout the year in sports and other activities and I love to be there for support.

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