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MSW Scholarship Opportunities

MSW Scholarship Opportunities

by Sarah Dean -
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Attention MSW students! The Worden School of Social Service is offering several scholarships to MSW students who demonstrate academic excellence and a financial need. 

Please review the details of each scholarship opportunity below. If you qualify for one of these scholarships, fill out the attached application and send to Dr. Rebecca Gomez at rjgomez@lake.ollusa.edu by AUGUST 24th for consideration.

Good luck and keep up the good work this term!

Best,

Sarah

Social Work Scholarships

 

Scholarship Name:          The Siporin Worden School Scholarship

2013-14 Awards:               One award of $1,380

Eligible Students:             Undergraduate student majoring in social work

                                                Demonstrating high financial need

                                                Preference given to a single parent

 

Scholarship Name:          Carolyn & Santos Hernandez Scholarship

2013-14 Awards:               One award of $2,000

Eligible Students:             Undergraduate or graduate students majoring in social work

                                                Good academic standing

                                                Preference given to single parents or students overcoming

                                                significant obstacles

 

Scholarship Name:          Sr. Gentemann Scholarship

2013-14 Awards:               Four awards of $1,915 each

Eligible Students:             Undergraduate juniors/seniors and graduate students majoring in social work

 

Scholarship Name:          Carl Zimmer Memorial Scholarship

2013-14 Awards:               Three awards of $1,439 each

Eligible Students:             Graduate students in social work

 

Scholarship Name:          Day Scholarship

2013-14 Awards:               One award of $667

Eligible Students:             Full-time graduate students

                                                Minimum 3.0 GPA

                                                Preference given to single parents

                                                Preference given to those who plan to work at a non-profit

                                                or government agency after graduation