Marsha Daves Memorial Scholarship

$1,500

May 01, 2019

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • SkillsUSA is pleased to be offering one annual merit-based $1,000 scholarship for college/post-secondary education and a supplementary $500 travel stipend for NLSC to a state officer in memory of the legacy left by our champion Marsha Daves. The scholarship will recognize how our student leaders use the personal skills they develop to be a team member, leader, employee, citizen and an effective individual that fulfills the mission of SkillsUSA. The Marsha Daves Memorial Scholarship is open to current SkillsUSA state officers who will be attending a college/postsecondary school in the next school year.

    Scholarship applicants will need to fill out the information sheet below and submit a video application. The video should reflect the leadership qualities the student has gained from a SkillsUSA mentor (their advisor, state director, etc.) and how they have used those skills to be a leader in SkillsUSA, other organizations, their community, and/or the workplace.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Brittney Colburn
  • 14001 SkillsUSA Way
  • Leesburg, VA 20176-5494
  • bcolburn@skillsusa.org
  • 703-737-0637

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