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Courage To Grow Scholarship: 250 words why I should be awarded this scholarship
The Courage to Grow Scholarship was designed to assist future college students realize their educational dreams and aspirations. The program believes that obtaining a college degree takes much courage and determination. They realize that many students give up due to financial constraints and other factors that make forgoing a college education much more appealing. Additionally, they recognize that concern about finances takes away the student’s focus from their studies. The program hopes to ease these constraints by providing small scholarships each month.
Courage to Grow Scholarship - One $500 winner every month!
The Courage to Grow Scholarship is an opportunity for students who are high school juniors/seniors or college students. Unlike some other scholarships, this one has a lower G.P.A floor–only a 2.5 is needed to apply. This scholarship program will award one scholarship worth $500. $500 Courage To Grow Scholarship. One winner every month!The "Courage to Grow Scholarship" was created to help students realize their college dreams.Courage to Grow Scholarship Program
Over the past year, I have made a turnaround in my life. Uncertainty concerning my future after college contributed to a steady academic decline freshman through sophomore years at UCLA. But after a trip to Colombia to learn about my heritage and speak with relatives in medicine, it all turned around. It became clear to me that microbiology research was my calling. Since then, I have maintained high scores and committed to a research lab. I am set on majoring in Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics and minoring in Spanish. My career goal is to attain a Ph.D. in Microbiology or Virology. A challenge to these goals is paying for education. My parents and I have buried ourselves in bank and school loans that will keep us burdened well into the future. The Courage to Grow Scholarship would relieve some of this weight. I have committed to my community through several projects. I was involved in the club Invisible Children, which sought to raise awareness and fundraise to provide schools for children in war-torn Northern Uganda. I felt the need to give the children of Northern Uganda a stronger voice in America. I left this project to focus on improving my grades during sophomore year. Now that my life has stabilized, I will be joining a new project focused on tutoring children of inner Los Angeles schools. I believe that I should be awarded due to my academic improvement, clarity in academic goals, and commitment to my community. Over the past year, I have made a turnaround in my life. Uncertainty concerning my future after college contributed to a steady academic decline freshman through sophomore years at UCLA. But after a trip to Colombia to learn about my heritage and speak with relatives in medicine, it all turned around. It became clear to me that microbiology research was my calling. Since then, I have maintained high scores and committed to a research lab. I am set on majoring in Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics and minoring in Spanish. My career goal is to attain a Ph.D. in Microbiology or Virology. A challenge to these goals is paying for education. My parents and I have buried ourselves in bank and school loans that will keep us burdened well into the future. The Courage to Grow Scholarship would relieve some of this weight. I have committed to my community through several projects. I was involved in the club Invisible Children, which sought to raise awareness and fundraise to provide schools for children in war-torn Northern Uganda. I felt the need to give the children of Northern Uganda a stronger voice in America. I left this project to focus on improving my grades during sophomore year. Now that my life has stabilized, I will be joining a new project focused on tutoring children of inner Los Angeles schools. I believe that I should be awarded due to my academic improvement, clarity in academic goals, and commitment to my community. Over the past year, I have made a turnaround in my life. Uncertainty concerning my future after college contributed to a steady academic decline freshman through sophomore years at UCLA. But after a trip to Colombia to learn about my heritage and speak with relatives in medicine, it all turned around. It became clear to me that microbiology research was my calling. Since then, I have maintained high scores and committed to a research lab. I am set on majoring in Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics and minoring in Spanish. My career goal is to attain a Ph.D. in Microbiology or Virology. A challenge to these goals is paying for education. My parents and I have buried ourselves in bank and school loans that will keep us burdened well into the future. The Courage to Grow Scholarship would relieve some of this weight. I have committed to my community through several projects. I was involved in the club Invisible Children, which sought to raise awareness and fundraise to provide schools for children in war-torn Northern Uganda. I felt the need to give the children of Northern Uganda a stronger voice in America. I left this project to focus on improving my grades during sophomore year. Now that my life has stabilized, I will be joining a new project focused on tutoring children of inner Los Angeles schools. I believe that I should be awarded due to my academic improvement, clarity in academic goals, and commitment to my community. Over the past year, I have made a turnaround in my life. Uncertainty concerning my future after college contributed to a steady academic decline freshman through sophomore years at UCLA. But after a trip to Colombia to learn about my heritage and speak with relatives in medicine, it all turned around. It became clear to me that microbiology research was my calling. Since then, I have maintained high scores and committed to a research lab. I am set on majoring in Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics and minoring in Spanish. My career goal is to attain a Ph.D. in Microbiology or Virology. A challenge to these goals is paying for education. My parents and I have buried ourselves in bank and school loans that will keep us burdened well into the future. The Courage to Grow Scholarship would relieve some of this weight. I have committed to my community through several projects. I was involved in the club Invisible Children, which sought to raise awareness and fundraise to provide schools for children in war-torn Northern Uganda. I felt the need to give the children of Northern Uganda a stronger voice in America. I left this project to focus on improving my grades during sophomore year. Now that my life has stabilized, I will be joining a new project focused on tutoring children of inner Los Angeles schools. I believe that I should be awarded due to my academic improvement, clarity in academic goals, and commitment to my community.