NJ Sharing Network Scholarship

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March 15, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Applicant must be a New Jersey resident who is a full time high school senior and will be entering college in the fall of the year the scholarship is awarded. Student must be an organ and tissue donation awareness advocate or personally affected by, or a family member of, someone personally affected by organ and tissue donation and transplantation (i.e.: organ and/or tissue donor, living donor, transplant recipient, waiting for a transplant, or died waiting for a transplant).

    Student must be in good academic standing. Employees of NJSN or the NJSN Foundation, their spouse and/or children are not eligible for scholarship consideration. Board Members of NJSN and the NJSN Foundation, their spouse and/or children are not eligible for scholarship consideration. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

    **Deadline is March 15th at 12 noon Eastern Time.
  • Contact
  • Ametra Burton
  • 691 Central Avenue
  • New Providence, NJ 07974
  • aburton@njsharingnetwork.org
  • 908-516-5633

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