Monthly archive March, 2010
In US, more than 70,000 young adults, falling prey to various types of life threatening cancers. The name itself brings shivers down our spine but some have braved through their way. The ULMAN Cancer Fund works tirelessly to support, educate and empower young adult cancer survivors. The UCF Young Adults wants to make the post treatment life of the youngsters meaningful. Cancer survivors seeking higher education will be supported financially by The Ulman Cancer Fund For Young Adults National College Scholarship Program. The awards will be granted through five different scholarship categories, applicant is allowed to apply for just one category. The Matt Stauffer Memorial Scholarship Award The Marilyn Yetso Memorial Scholarship Award The Barbara Palo Foster Memorial Scholarship Award The Vera Yip Memorial Scholarship Award The Maryland Community Cancer Scholarship (Maryland Residents only) You are the right candidate if you fulfill the following conditions: Diagnosed with cancer, or their loved ones were diagnosed Must be 15 when diagnosed or their loved ones diagnosed Financial need Medical hardship Devotion towards community Commitment to wards Educational and professional goals Demonstration of how the applicant has used their experience to impact the lives of other young adults affected by Cancer. Applications are [...]

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Categories: Cancer Survivor Scholarship, Scholarships
American Cancer Society is a nationwide; community based voluntarily health organization which is committed towards fighting cancer through various ways and means. Through its various scholarships and grants it supports the cancer survivors to pursue their goals in life. Young Cancer Survivors Are Living For Future is One such scholarship program run by American Cancer Society with limited number of scholarships are available for upcoming 2010-2011 school year. Eligibility: A cancer survivor age 20 or under US Citizen legal resident of Indiana & Michigan Attending or planning to attend accredited college or university in Indiana and Michigan as full time student in Fall 2008 GPA of atleast 2.0 All the necessary details and application has been provided in http://www.cancer.org/docroot/COM/content/div_Lakes/COM_11_2x_Young_Cancer_Survivors_Are_Living_For_The_Future.asp & http://www.cancer.org/docroot/SPC/content/SPC_1_College_Scholarships_List.asp The scholarship of $ 2500 each will be given to the recipients who will  show excellent academic performance, are involved in community service, leadership qualities and financial need. Application deadline is: April 16, 2010

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Categories: General
The Susan Fund Inc is a non-profit organization in Farfield County that offers college training institution scholarship to the students diagnosed with cancer. To apply for this scholarship the applicant must fulfill these conditions: Resident of Farfield County Currently attending or planning to attend an accredited post secondary school institution Have been diagnosed with cancer at some time in life http://www.thesusanfund.org/process.html gives you the application form which you need to fill up and mail it to: Mrs Kelly Fred Pollard 117 Imperial Avenue Westport CT 06880 For details and queries about regarding scholarship and application you can write it to: The Susan Fund Inc 8, Hilly Field Lane Westport CT 06880 Application Deadline: April 1, 2010

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Categories: Cancer Survivor Scholarship, Scholarships