The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America is hereby announcing the launch of the AFA Teens for Alzheimer’s Awareness scholarship program. It aims to make teenagers aware on how heartbreaking the disease is. You might have a personal experience on it with one of your family members, neighbors, or friends. The AFA scholarship program together with its aim to increase teenager awareness on the disease is offering scholarship program aiming to help the teenagers from the senior high school who wish to pursue their college degrees. The amount of the program is about $5,000 to the most deserving student. Then, there will be another $500 or $250 to be awarded to the runners-up. You can submit your applications on or before the 15th of February of this year.
- Senior high school students
- An autobiographical essay made of 1,200 to 1,500 words which will need to answer these questions.
How has Alzheimer’s disease changed or impacted your life?”
What have you learned about yourself, your family and/or your community in the face of coping with Alzheimer’s disease?
- American citizen or permanent resident
- Must become a student of a college within the 12 months of the deadline of applications. If you are already a college student, you shouldn’t apply for the scholarship.
- The author of the essay shall remain anonymous while in the judging stage.
- All applications that don’t follow instructions will never be accepted.
- Complete and sign an application form
- Should submit two essay copies with the title page attached to the essay title, applicant’s name, word count, and address, etc.
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