Team Type 1 Scholarships

$5,000

March 31, 2020

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • Team Type 1 offers scholarships in order to recognize young, talented athletes with Type 1 diabetes who demonstrate an ability to balance both academic and sporting commitments, promote good health with successful management of their diabetes through exercise, and support families already burdened with additional expenses associated with diabetes care. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA, Type 1 diabetes, and be a competitive athlete in order to apply. They must also attend or plan to attend an accredited NCAA and NAIA institution and compete in a participating sport. Also the applicant commits to representing the Team Type 1 Foundation locally by attending speaking opportunities (at diabetes camps, conferences, or other events), and to inspire people with diabetes to better manage their disease. Recipients are announced in June. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 2144 Hills Ave.
  • Atlanta, GA 30318
  • scholarship@teamtype1.org

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carlly j  on 5/23/2019 4:55:52 PM

I am also type 1 diabetic, I played volleyball in my last school, I plan to attend Moreno Valley College to become an EMT to help others that need help in emergencies and those that also have disabilities and conditions.

Arlisia B  on 5/14/2019 1:19:27 PM

Yes. I have Type 1 Diabetes. I am in the gifted program and I plan to attend a college. I can use the funds to help pay for my college fees.

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