Two scholarship opportunities:
The HearStrong Foundation is offering scholarships to two college-bound student athletes with hearing loss. For information, click on their website. This is a national scholarship program.
Hearing Loss Association of America—HLAA New York City Chapter
2016 ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
FOR NYC HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS WITH HEARING LOSS
Applications are time-sensitive. Late submission of materials will disqualify the applicant. Please act on this information as soon as you receive it.
The Hearing Loss Association of America—New York City Chapter is pleased to announce four $1,000 scholarships for high school seniors with hearing loss, to be used toward the pursuit of a college degree or vocational training.
Applicants must have applied to a college or vocational education program, be between the ages of 17 and 20, wear a hearing aid or cochlear implant, and have a grade point average of 3.0 or better. The scholarship is a one-time award given in recognition of academic achievement, leadership qualities, community service, and work experience. Financial need is not a consideration.
To apply for the scholarship, complete all parts of the 2016 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM and send by email to borough supervisor, Karen A. Edwards, Manhattan.
DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS: May 10, 2016
Please write to Karen Edwards for an application: KEdwards9@schools.nyc.gov.