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Creative Biolabs Scholarship Program

$1,000

June 15, 2020

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • As a leading custom service provider specialized in the field of antibody production and engineering, Creative Biolabs is always happy to support young and ambitious talents in our field. To be eligible to receive a scholarship, you must be enrolled as a freshman, undergraduate, graduate or Ph.D. student at an accredited college or university, majoring in a science-related field such as Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, or Molecular Biology, for example. Must earn a cumulative average grade of a B (3.0 GPA). For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 45-1 Ramsey Road
  • Shirley, NY 11967
  • marketing@creative-biolabs.com
  • 631-619-7922

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Cesia G  on 6/11/2019 6:16:13 PM

Hello, Yes, i applied for this scholarship. I am a mother and a full time student. I am current student in the program for Radiologic Technology with a current GPA of 3.5. Your support will help me achieve my goal of obtaining my Associate in Science in Radiologic Technology and encourage me to continue my education.

Ifeoma A  on 6/6/2019 12:10:30 PM

I am applying for this scholarship to enable me pay my tuition . I am a stay home mom of four trying to get my degree after so many set backs in life.

Jackeline C  on 5/2/2019 3:30:42 PM

I am writing to you to apply for a scholarship. I don't have the resources to pay my full tuition plus the expenses of student life. My current situation is a good average in all my grades (3.8 GPA). I need the scholarship to be able to finish my bachelors in Biology and study in the career of dentistry at the University. If I get the scholarship, I will be able to continue with my hope of being a dentist someday. I trust your positive response. Cordially

Naomi D  on 8/22/2018 9:28:47 AM

We are always asked many times when growing up, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" and since preschool my answer has always been "a dentist." Now going into my 1st year of college, I'm searching for financial assistance to make my long life hopes and dreams a reality. More than words can say, I greatly appreciate your time and consideration.

ROBERT G  on 8/8/2016 4:09:44 PM

am pleading for this scholarship,please i will do whatever it takes to make my dreams come true

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