Rebecca Kirtman Memorial Scholarship

$1,000

March 30, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Rebecca Kirtman Memorial Scholarship currently awards 3 types of non-renewable post-secondary scholarships. The purpose of these scholarships is to encourage students who have demonstrated outstanding community service in high school to continue their efforts throughout their lives and to encourage others to do the same. The applicant must be a graduating high school senior that has made an outstanding, documented contribution to his or her local community through the creation of or involvement in a Becca's Closet chapter or Becca's Closet organized through a supporting organization and must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident planning to attend an accredited 2 or 4-year college, technical school, or university in the United States in the summer/fall. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Becca's Closet
  • 4581 Weston Rd. Suite 352
  • Weston, FL 33331

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Caden W  on 3/29/2018 7:10:14 PM

I want to thank you for giving students that aren't capable of getting a full ride a chance to be able to make a difference in their lives. Every penny that I can receive would not only help me tremendously, but would also help lift the burden off of my dad so that I can be able to be his 1st son to graduate college. I hope to be able to be a recipient of your generosity. Sincerely, Caden Williams Class of 2018

Alexis L  on 3/29/2018 3:35:15 PM

Being a only child, raised in a single parent house hold and put through the fostor system; just trying to not burden my now adoptive mother with more money. So getting this finantial aid would truly help my little family out. :)

Jackson J  on 3/29/2018 12:29:40 PM

I am the middle child of five boys, so me going to college means the financial costs mostly fall on myself. With this scholarship I will have helped myself further my college education costs.

Benjamin C  on 3/28/2018 7:12:15 PM

Being the first sibling of four in the house is a lot. And I have college next fall, and I am trying to reduce the financial part if possible for me.

Angel V  on 3/28/2018 1:16:32 PM

I am a girl in a family of no college graduates I want to be the first in my family to actually do something and make it out of my small town and with the help of this scholarship I know it will help me out a lot with being a step closer to were i want to be in my life and goals.

Angel V  on 3/28/2018 1:16:31 PM

I am a girl in a family of no college graduates I want to be the first in my family to actually do something and make it out of my small town and with the help of this scholarship I know it will help me out a lot with being a step closer to were i want to be in my life and goals.

Jaden A  on 3/27/2018 5:33:42 PM

I simply want to help take the burden off of my parents and hopefully ease a bit of the cost of paying for college.

Elizabeth H  on 2/18/2018 3:37:48 PM

Being the third daughter in the house to be enrolled in college next fall, I am trying to do all I can to decrease the financial burden if at all possible.

Hunter G  on 4/24/2015 5:26:09 PM

I want to help my mom out with my schooling. She is a single parent and this would be a great start as I prepare for my future.

Jordan L  on 3/23/2010 7:06:10 AM

I wanted apply to this scholarship program, because it is time for my parents to receive a break on my college finances. My parents have been paying for my finances for the past 18 years. It is time that I try to apply for scholarship so it puts less of a burden on them. They have paid for my ice hockey for the last 12 to 13 years, also (hockey can be very expensive). It is time they come first. Thank you, Jordan Lee

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