The Edwards Scholarship Fund

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March 15, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Edwards Scholarship Fund seeks to further the development of good citizenship through education by offering college scholarships to men and women of good character and ability who are in need of financial assistance. Recipients are asked to contribute to the fund when their incomes allow in order to extend the legacy of Grace Edwards. Applicant must be a resident of the City of Boston from at least junior year of high school with a minimum 2.0 GPA, a high school diploma or a GED. College students can apply but priority is given to high school seniors. Scholarships are renewable up to 4 years of undergraduate education. Relatives of Trustees, employees, and major donors of the fund are not eligible to apply. Renewal applications have a different due date. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 89 South St
  • Suite 603
  • Boston, MA 02111
  • info@edwardsfund.org
  • 617-737-3400

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Jewel C  on 11/10/2018 7:29:10 PM

My daughter was a sweet time is up in this wonderful scholarship. I'm a single mother ways to talk to LogN including homeschooling her way to use this was Julia blessing and a very good investment. Upon graduating in 2011 from Bentley University my daughter is in a boot own book scholarship in which she goes with us tonight to the bookstore buys the book of their choice and insisted they don't need that book back to the school so that it can be used by another student paying it forward .this with her own idea in the salute to the investment twe all make him miss Meisel children to make him very young stay blessed and thank you again and again for supporting our children the next generations to come!

Nalani D  on 3/3/2016 4:54:13 PM

Im attending a trade school, and applying to help my parents out with affording college. I've received my cosmetology license and certificate for ultrasonic but I want to further my education. My dream college is Lawrence Memorial/Regis college two year nursing program to become a esthetician. Receiving a scholarship would really help me reach my goals and dreams In life. Thank you for your time and consideration!

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