Cheryl D. Conkling Memorial Scholarship

$12,000

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Despite Cheryl’s physical hardships of gamma globulin anemia and hearing loss, she loved and excelled in education and music. Cheryl was a brilliant student and graduated Summa Cum Laude from college. This scholarship is named in her honor. This scholarship supports students with hearing or other physical hardships who have demonstrated a love for education. This scholarship is only open to students who live and/or attend school in Windsor, Colorado; Conroe, Texas; Wilkinson County, Mississippi; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; or West Feliciana Parish in Louisiana. Students must be a high school senior enrolling in an accredited college or university in the fall when the scholarship is awarded. Preference may be given to students with hearing or other physical impairments, students not receiving other substantial aid, and/or students in Louisiana. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Manager
  • 100 North Street
  • Suite 900
  • Baton Rouge, LA
  • scholarships@braf.org
  • tel: 225-387-6126
  • fax: 225-387-6153

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