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LGBTQ Scholarship For Senior High School Students

$500

August 01, 2019

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • A $500.00 college scholarship will be awarded to an entering college freshman and made out to the entering college in the winning student's name. A letter will follow to the college explaining the essay contest and scholarship award.
    Applicants must submit their essay of no less than 1,000 words on or before the 1st Thursday in August (you may feel free to submit it at our regularly scheduled meeting in Clinton that month). The winner will be announced at our September meeting. You may choose one of the two topic questions for your submission; 1. "How would you like to see the LGBTQ community progress in 10 years?" or 2. "Which prominent member of the LGBTQ community inspires you most and why?" For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Matthew Loscialo
  • matthewl@alum.fdu.edu
  • 908-335-4480

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