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Annabelle InPower Dream Big Scholarship

$500

March 31, 2019

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Annabelle InPower is an anti-bullying non-profit organization centered in Phoenix, Arizona. We are dedicated to giving scholarships to high school seniors and college sophomores who wish to pursue careers in social work, education, and/or psychology/counseling. Applicants must submit an essay on Resilience and Leaving a Legacy of Relationships, as well as completing additional informational forms.

    Eligibility:
    - You must have 3.5 GPA or higher
    - Information needs to be handwritten and legible
    - You must be planning or currently majoring in an education program
    - The top 2 candidates will be selected to have a one-on-one interview
    - 2 recommendations from your school
    - Copy of an unofficial high school transcript
    - 1 recommendation from a place of worship, youth group, employer, etc.
    - Fill out "community service hours chart"
    - Essay on "Resilience and leaving a legacy of relationships"

    For full details and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Khanh Ingersoll
  • 625 W Deer Valley Rd
  • Suite 103-218
  • Phoenix, AZ 85027
  • scholarship@annabelleinpower.org
  • 602-882-2887

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