I was diagnosed with MS in 1994. I've just read the Fall edition of Momentum. An article talked about Society Scholar Jane Brach. Our daughter will be a college sophomore this fall. How can she find out about applying?
Thanks for posting! The National MS Society does offer an educational scholarship program
; students may apply if they meet these criteria:
High school seniors who have a parent with MS who will be attending an accredited post secondary school for the first time.
High school seniors who have MS and will be attending an accredited post secondary school for the first time.
High School (or GED) graduates of any age who have MS and who will be attending an accredited post secondary school for the first time.
High School (or GED) graduates of any age who have a parent with MS and who will be attending an accredited post secondary school for the first time.
Applicants must be United States citizens or legal residents living in the U.S., Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam or any other U.S. territory and plan to enroll in an undergraduate course of study at an accredited two-or four-year college, university, or vocational-technical school located in the U.S., PR, VI, Guam or any other U.S. territory.
Applicants must be enrolled in at least six credit hours per semester in course work leading to a degree, license, or certificate.
Because your daughter has already completed some of her post secondary education, she will unfortunately not be eligible to apply. However, we do provide a list of other resources for funding post secondary education; click here
I wish I had a different answer for you, but I hope that the other resources work out for your family!
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