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Grandmaster Moo Yong Lee Memorial Scholarship

$1,000

June 30, 2020

Awards Available: 2

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  • Scholarship Description
  • In memory of the late Grandmaster Moo Yong Lee, US Cup Tae Kwon Do is offering two $1,000 college scholarships for students who also practice Tae Kwon Do. This scholarship honors the life and legacy of Grandmaster Moo Yong Lee, 10th Dan, who passed away in December 2016.

    To be eligible for this scholarship, students must currently be participating in a belt promoting program at a dedicated Tae Kwon Do school and enrolled in a degree-granting nonprofit college or university during the upcoming academic year. Eligible students must be graduating from high school or currently enrolled in a degree-granting college. Students living in the greater New England region and who can demonstrate financial need are preferred. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • uscuptkd@gmail.com

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