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Liberty Power Bright Horizons Scholarship

$10,000

July 30, 2018

Awards Available: 3

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Bright Horizons Scholarship will award a total of $20,000 in the form of three scholarships valued at $10,000, $6,000, and $4,000. Students who are US citizens currently studying STEM at an accredited two or four-year university with an interest in the field of energy or the environment are welcome to apply. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Robyn Espejo
  • 1901 W. Cypress Creek Road
  • Suite 600
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
  • respejo@libertypowercorp.com
  • 954-598-7098

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santana m  on 1/2/2018 8:53:24 AM

I am applying for this scholarship because I want to be an inspiration to my kids, as they have always looked up to me. I currently attend Liberty University working on my BS in Psychology. After the loss of my oldest son who was murdered 10 years ago at the age of 4 and losing my mother to cancer at the age of 49 recently, I thought I would never go back to school, however, I'm still pushing. Financially things is hard, I'm paying what I can for school, I'm a single mother raising my kids working a full time job as an emergency responder. Please help me pay for school. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this as this was very hard for me to write.

Brian B  on 11/16/2017 9:48:18 AM

hello i am want to apply but i do not want to have to go and pick up money can you wire me 70k and i will pay back 60K?

John B  on 10/5/2016 2:59:52 PM

Do we need to have turned 18 by October 8 2016 or 2017? Thanks

April M  on 7/23/2016 11:55:18 AM

Is traveling costs supplied?

Morgan H  on 10/2/2015 3:07:02 PM

How do I apply

Elianny D  on 8/13/2015 1:36:46 PM

Yes I am apply for this scholarship because I want to go to college and study criminal justice.

Jermarcus J  on 7/14/2015 12:22:38 PM

How do I sign up for this scholarship

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