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The Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance Scholarship

$4,000

March 31, 2022

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance is proud to award $4,000 to one student whose life has been impacted by cancer. Applicants who have battled cancer at any point in their lives (not limited to mesothelioma) are eligible to apply as well as those who have a parent, sibling, immediate family member or close friend that has battled or is currently fighting cancer. Applicants must be enrolled full-time at an accredited two- or four-year university, community college or junior college, or a graduate degree program and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher to be eligible. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 35 Thorpe Avenue
  • Suite 101
  • Wallingford, CT 06492
  • scholarships@mesothelioma.com
  • 336-336-0086
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Brandi I  on 2/8/2021 8:54:29 PM

My name is Brandi Isbell, and I believe that I would qualify for this scholarship. My mom was diagnosed with Stage 2 Breast cancer, and after chemotherapy she was in remission. However, in 2013, my mom was then diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer. She fought for a long painful 8 months, until her body couldn't take it anymore. My bestfriend, hero, and the person I looked into left my world forever on August 9th 2013. There is no doubt that I haven't struggled with her death, but it takes time for things to feel better. I know that my mom would be proud for how far I have come today, and I am so proud to be continuing my education with her spirit along with me. I am currently pursing a Bachelors degree in Human Resource Management.

Peyton R  on 1/15/2021 4:47:19 PM

My name is Peyton and I would like to apply for this scholarship. I had fought stage Four Germ Cell Tumor cancer as a kid. It caused me to push a little harder for the things I want because I am hard of hearing and have some long term medical problems. I go to college, I do color guard and winter guard and I work. I really want to work in the medical field and I think the big reason is because of being a survivor of cancer.

Meagan M  on 12/14/2020 9:01:45 AM

My name is Meagan. I would like to apply for this scholarship as my mom has had cancer since I was two years old. She has had ovarian cancer 6 times now with a full hysterectomy and chemotherapy, as well as breast cancer twice with a double mastectomy. Her cancer has shaped me into a strong individual and a hard worker. I am pursuing my masters in clinical mental health counseling so I can help others.

Connor W  on 10/17/2015 7:53:32 PM

My name is Connor Wiltsie and I am a scholar athlete. I am a cancer survivor who was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma at the age of 8 years old. I have gained a lot of strength from this experience and value the new life I have been given. I hope to become a doctor and give back to those who helped me. My grandfather died of skin cancer and I am hopeful that by becoming a doctor I can someday make a difference in helping to cure this terrible disease.

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