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Ruth Clark Furniture Design Scholarship

$3,000

March 31, 2020

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • Ruth Clark Furniture Design Scholarship. Open To Currently Enrolled, Full- or Part-Time Undergraduate or Graduate Students. Scholarships are for undergraduate and graduate students attending U.S. institutions and all applications must be in English. In four year institutions, scholarship funds are paid directly to the recipient's school earmarked for tuition and not paid directly to the student (see individual scholarship criteria for exceptions). For two and three year programs, the scholarship may also be paid directly to the institution, OR it may be a special course rather than a monetary award. Must complete a 200-400 word essay explaining your long- and short-term goals, special interests, volunteer/community service, and what inspired you to pursue a professional career in this field. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Linda Mariani
  • KDZ Designs, LLC
  • 50 Arnold Rd
  • Wellesley, MA 01002
  • karen@kdzdesigns.com

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