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American Baptist Financial Aid Program

$3,000

April 30, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • American Baptist Home Mission Societies administers the American Baptist Financial Aid Program that supports college students, graduate students, and seminarians. Applicants must be active members of an American Baptist church for at least one year, preparing to enter an accredited institution in the United States or Puerto Rico as a full-time enrollee in an accredited institution in the fall of the application year and must be a U.S. citizen. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • American Baptist Churches USA
  • P.O. Box 851
  • Valley Forge, PA 19482-0851
  • Financialaid.Web@abc-usa.org

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Rosalyn T  on 8/5/2019 4:59:15 PM

I along with several other coworkers were laid off our jobs unexpectedly, I have been working in my present field for over 30 years and it has been a blessing but unfortunatly my body can no longer tolerate the stress of lifting patients, Being that I have worked in the nursing home setting for so many years I have a passion for those who are transitioning through the last cycle of life. Even though my job has ended I believe this is an opportunity to peruse a career as a hospice Chaplain and or crisis Chaplin, I truly believe this is the area that God is calling me to, I have over 100 credits that are able to transfer to the Bachelors-in Christian Counseling degree, I with goal is to advance toward the Masters in the Chaplaincy program but I will need assistance getting started since I am not working at this time.

Robert C  on 6/6/2019 12:10:22 PM

I am applying for this scholarship because I am struggling to get my Master's degree from Keiser university because of financial aid support. At this time, I have 4 more classes left to graduate, but I don't have any financial assistance. Even though I have been trying to get any other possible help, my situation remains the same. As, we all know, education is the key to success. With a master's degree, I will be able to help the community where I live in and for a better future of myself. There’s no other way people can be successful in life without taking the road of education.

Ajawha Harrison  on 4/20/2019 5:57:13 PM

Does nondenominational count as well

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