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Are you enrolled in a federally recognized tribe and pursuing a career in social work, behavioral health, or therapy? If so, the Terry A. Greendeer Behavioral Health Wing Dedication Scholarship may be a great opportunity for you. This scholarship pays tribute to the legacy of Terry A. Greendeer, a revered Ho-Chunk tribal member who dedicated over 27 years of her life to serving her Nation in various roles. Ms. Greendeer played a pivotal role in the growth and advancement of the Behavioral Health Division, tirelessly bringing vital services and resources to tribal communities, and implementing enduring procedures and practices that continue to shape the Health Department today.
In honor of her contributions, this scholarship aims to empower Native American high school and undergraduate students who share her fervor and are pursuing a career in social work, behavioral health, or a therapy program. To apply, share how your education will empower you to uplift and support your community.
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This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
High School & College Students
To apply for this scholarship, submit the below application materials before the deadline.
400-600 word essay
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