Gladys Carol Scholarship

$5,000

March 31, 2018

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Gladys Carol Scholarship Program is open to high school seniors, high school graduates, and current undergraduate level students who are United States citizens or permanent residents. They must be pursuing a full-time STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) degree at an accredited, non-profit public or private four-year college or university in the United States. A minimum cumulative 3.75 GPA is required. The scholarship can be renewed so long as eligibility requirements are met. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Cheryl Gillon
  • 74404 Pinon Drive
  • 29 Palms, CA 92277
  • gcsp@outlook.com
  • 760-586-2185

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Jordan M  on 3/24/2016 12:25:21 PM

I am applying for this scholarship to help me with my jump start into a new career. I am 33 years old, married and have a 14 month old son. This would help greatly towards my financial problems with going back to school.

Bernadette W  on 3/21/2016 6:50:59 PM

I am applying for this scholarship as I am planning on getting my masters in social work. It has been a desire of mine to help others from a very young age but due to life circumstances I am only now able to pursue this dream. This scholarship would greatly help as I am a single mom and have just recently separated from my husband. Thank you for the consideration.

Elizabeth R  on 1/30/2016 8:46:12 PM

Would this scholarship apply for a married woman/mother who works full time and can attend college part time?

Ruby T  on 12/28/2015 8:34:36 PM

I recently felt I was not fully exploiting my greatest potential and a dream came into play, it is when I just decided to go back to school and enroll at Keiser University to pursue an Associate’s degree of Science in Medical Administrative Billing and Coding, nonetheless I am a 61 years old woman. I believe it is never too late to achieve your goals in life and make your dreams come true. However, unfortunately money becomes a barrier between my dreams and their realization.

Kelsei I  on 12/22/2015 5:44:46 PM

This scholarship will be a BIG boost to the head start in my career, which is college.

Rez A  on 3/25/2015 9:17:48 PM

Applying for this scholarship is very important to my education process of becoming what I have always thought is my calling in life. Nursing is something I want to profess in because I've watched people in my family do so in their careers, and I know I can be an exemplary student in this field.

Gabrielle C  on 3/16/2015 9:23:18 PM

I applied because I have a sincere interest in neuropsychological research. I have an interest because many of my family members suffer from alzheimer's. I would like to conduct research on a cure for this disease.

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