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Rebekah Assembly of Texas Irma Gesche Scholarship

$1,000

December 31, 2018

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • A $1,000 scholarship is available for a Texas resident to attend any accredited two or four-year college/university. The scholarship is based on academic ability, community service, personal development, and financial need. Applicant must submit a completed application along with a high school transcript, a typed letter outlining expected goals to be reached as a result of further education, and three letters of reference.

    In order to apply, you must write to the address provided.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 16400 KC Road
  • 4060
  • Scurry, TX 75158

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darien w  on 1/31/2018 9:19:46 AM

what gpa do I need

ene o  on 7/26/2015 6:54:47 PM

l mailed a letter to this organisation requesting for the application forms for over three weeks now . l have not heard from them and l even called their contact phone number, no one anwered.

Amara O  on 7/20/2015 7:35:57 PM

I recently learned of the scholarship offered through your organization following a free college scholarship search I conducted at Scholarships.com. My search results included a number of opportunities that matched my skills and characteristics, and yours was among the awards listed in which I am most interested and for which I feel most qualified. I have reviewed your scholarship award's description and eligibility requirements, and feel strongly that I would be an excellent candidate for this scholarship. I would like to request an application for your scholarship and any additional information available on the program, as I am very interested in learning more about the award. Please send any relevant application materials to me at the above address. Thank you in advance for your assistance. I look forward to receiving the information I have requested and to having the opportunity to apply for this award.

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