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Offered by Pilot International
The Marie Newton Sepia Memorial Scholarship Fund provides financial aid to qualified graduate or doctorate students preparing for or currently working in careers related to brain safety and health or caring for families in times of need. Applicants may be full or part-time students, whose courses will be proper background courses for teaching and working with disabled children. Applicants’ postgraduate work or research should improve their skills in dealing with brain-related disorders/disabilities of children. In line with this, applicants must agree to work with children with brain-related disorders/disabilities upon completion of the postgraduate training or research.
If you’re a graduate student wanting to help or work with children with brain-related disorders or disabilities, we encourage you to apply. Keep on reading to learn more.
Pilot International was chartered on October 18, 1921 in Macon, Georgia, U.S.A. by Elizabeth Leonard and forty local business women. The Pilot International Founders Fund was established to support the community-based work of Pilot Clubs by helping to underwrite Club service in the areas of Encouraging Brain Safety & Health, and/or Supporting Those who Care for Others. Through the Pilot International Founders Fund, Pilot International and its local Pilot Clubs improve the lives of others through education, volunteerism, financial support and research.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
Special Education, Neurobiology
In addition to the below application materials, interested students must submit their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to be considered.
Resume or CV
Letters of Recommendation
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