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The de Moya Foundation Tutoring Support Scholarships

$2,500

May 20, 2019

Awards Available: 2

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Foundation provides scholarships for students who are interested in the engineering, construction, and transportation industries, who need financial support, tutoring, or employment support to succeed in preparing for competitive employment. Two tutoring scholarships will be awarded, one to a high school student and one to a college student who wishes to pursue a bachelor's degree in a related field as stated above, have a documented disability and need tutoring support to pursue their studies. Eligibility requirements vary by student's year in school. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Natalie Sanchez
  • demoyafoundation@gmail.com
  • tel: 305-667-9912
  • fax: 305-663-5891

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