Triangle Community Foundation
$1,500 annually, non-renewable. The scholarship may be applied toward expenses for tuition, required fees, and required books or materials not covered by other financial aid. It does not cover living expenses such as room and board, transportation, or childcare.
One award offered annually.
This scholarship is available to any graduate student, physician's assistant, or medical student in the Triangle area who has worked (preferably as a volunteer) to help others with alcoholism, drug abuse and addictive disorder treatment or with preventive education on the subject of addiction. The fund is designed to recognize the recipient for his/her work or volunteer activity and to provide financial aid. Excellent candidates who have demonstrated a commitment to working with others in the area of addictive disorders, especially those who have done so as volunteers, are sought. There are no limitations on age or income level. The applicant's school must be accredited by the appropriate regional association for colleges and schools, and he/she must enroll within one year of the application deadline.
Applications are available online from the Triangle Community Foundation website. In addition to the completed application, the student must submit a transcript from the last institute of higher educ ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.