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Christine B. Foundation Educational Scholarship

$2,000

March 31, 2019

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • We would like to award one undergraduate student affected by cancer with a $2,000 scholarship for the coming academic year. The scholarship is for any undergraduate student who has been affected by cancer in any way (be it themselves, a friend, a family member, a teacher, etc.) and they must also be attending their undergraduate in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut, or New York. Students must have completed 30+ hours of volunteer work, be planning to attend college full-time the semester following the scholarship award and the student must provide a 1,000-word essay on the following topic: "Describe your experience with cancer. How did this experience change your view on life? In what ways did you promote a healthy lifestyle during and/or after this experience?" For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship providers website.
  • Contact
  • Marie Miller
  • PO Box 2464
  • Bangor, ME 04402
  • info@chrisbfund.org
  • 207-944-6080

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