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WMU Foundation Scholarships

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February 01, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The WMU Foundation assists Southern Baptist students, including the children of Baptist missionaries (NAMB & IMB), and those preparing for Baptist missions service. Individuals with no current Baptist connection cannot be considered for a scholarship. Applicants should fill out a single application form, and will be placed into the scholarship category for which they qualify. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • WMU Foundation
  • 100 Missionary Ridge
  • Birmingham, AL 35242
  • llucas@wmu.org
  • tel: 877-482-4483
  • fax: 205-408-5508

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NaQuan S  on 9/8/2020 11:25:37 PM

To whom concern My Name is NaQuan J Smith, wanting to attend College because my last year in High School wasn't expected the covid-19 came so I missed out on senior activities, senior prom, and my senior class trip. I thanks God for life. Me and Mom was talking one day and she asked me if you could get into College would I go and of course I said yes. I also wanted to try the national guard. I finally got accepted At EGSC and I'm starting Monday the 14th . I would be able to get a education, and become successful in the decision and plans I make. My mom always would say respect yourself and others, and that respect would take you were money can't. Giving back to a very important people in my life is always a priority to me. She gave so much of her love, time, energy, in making sure I put God first before her. Because without him I couldn't do nothing I can't even wake myself up. Most of all making my mother so proud of me, not that she's isn't , Mom neglects herself in order for me to have a better life, and being successful in doing so. Thanking yo in advance for your attend in this matter. NaQuan Smith

Abigail V  on 1/20/2020 1:24:54 AM

My family and I started a new Vision 2020 Foundation that takes backpacks and school supplies to kids in Mexico. God put that desired in my heart last month 12/19. A scholarship of any amount will blessed my life to keep preparing myself more for the Lord and be able to bless others.

Mee Ra D  on 1/8/2020 5:18:28 PM

Even if I didn't have the Oppubnity like other kids who get to go on a lot of missionary trips. I'm sure that one day I will create my own to the event to help those who are in need. Just this Scholarship will help me grow as a Child of God and will help me create something big in the future as a vision.

Haley J  on 8/16/2009 7:23:14 PM

If you go to the website it looks like there are other scholarships available even if you're not a child of a missionary

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