Richard J Holland Memorial Scholarship

$10,000

March 15, 2020

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • Applicants for the Richard J Holland Memorial Scholarship must plan to enroll or be enrolled in full time undergraduate study at an accredited four-year college or university for the entire academic year. Must demonstrate leadership and participation in extracurricular activities and demonstrate financial need. The award is renewable up to 3 years. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 3804 Dutton Drive
  • Plano, TX 75023
  • info@rjhollandscholarship.org

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tyron s  on 1/23/2020 9:53:33 AM

The reason I'm applying for the scholarships is because i would like to not be in debt and have most of my college paid for and create a good life.

Jenna S  on 1/18/2020 12:55:10 PM

I am a 12 grader in high school and I absolutely want to be a teacher. I have been in early childhood pathway all 4 years in high school and I work at a preschool/daycare. I recently got accepted into Wesley college the Dover campus and I’m going for education K~8 staying for my all 4 years. I have to pay for college on my own in a way.. my parents are divorced due to there heavy drinking problem in the past with domestic violence in the home. My mom is doing everything she can but I feel as if I can do this by myself. Scholarships will really help ,e out especially during this time.

Mari-Hanna N  on 1/16/2020 9:20:37 PM

My dream is to attend Lyon College and major in Biology for 4 years, and then I plan to further my academics by attending Dental School. I have played many years of sports, attended church, been involved in clubs and my community. My family was never the strong financial one that I plan to be, but I need help getting there and living my dream.

Gavin P  on 1/8/2020 11:12:14 AM

My dream for my future is to become a physical therapist and help people in need. I plan to go to Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, and study there for 4 or more years to gain the degrees I need to succeed in my life. After undergraduate school, I plan to go back to graduate school at Ohio University.

Craig W  on 6/4/2019 8:50:30 PM

My dream is to be a computer engineer, and some day come back so I can volunteer my time with YMCA or any boys and girl club that will allow me to come and share my knowledge, skills in computer engineering with the youth, so they too would want to go to school and make something of their life. This would also be a blessing for for my mom, this would not only help her with my tuition fees it would also be a a lot help to me, not having to find a job my freshman, to help my mother pay for college.

Trent B  on 3/2/2019 7:24:28 PM

Such a great kid to look up to even after he has passed. Such an impact he made on many people, clearly! Thanks for sharing!

Benedicta M  on 2/24/2019 10:32:44 PM

I want to go to college to become a veterinarian. My plan is to take biology, zoology and learn about wildlife,

Nicholas V  on 11/19/2018 12:25:09 PM

My son is pursuing a career in Astrophysics. Currently he developed a Facebook page and astronomy club with the town Mayor and council. He has well over 122 members (adults) and growing. Schedules monthly meetings (outdoor ) with sophisticated telescopes teaching the stars. He was personally invited by his Pascack Valley district to attend a stem program in Europe including a tour and lecture at CERN.

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