[Tall-Corn] Scholarship opportunities - Please read
Scott Van Gorp
svangorp at nfbi.org
Mon Feb 11 04:02:42 UTC 2019
Hi Federation Family!
I wanted to inform you of some awesome scholarships that are
available on the national level. Both attending college and the National
Convention of the National Federation of the Blind can be expensive
endeavors; however, the cost is well worth it. There are scholarships that
The first scholarship that I would like to highlight is the
National Federation of the Blind's Scholarship program for students. This
program awards 30 scholarships to blind students ranging from $3,000 to
$12,000. The finalists also get the opportunity to attend National
Convention. More information can be found at
The second scholarship that I would like to bring to your
attention is the Kenneth Jernigan Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded
to active members of the National Federation of the Blind who have never
attended a national convention. More information about this scholarship can
be found by visiting
When applying for both scholarships, I highly recommend
finding a mentor who has applied for these scholarships before and knows the
ins and outs of these. Pleas contact me if you are interested in applying.
There are a couple of deadlines to note. The deadline for the college
scholarship program is March 31, 2019. The deadline to apply for a Kenneth
Jernigan convention scholarship is April 15, 2019. Please do not delay on
either of these as there are specific steps that need to be followed when
applying, and I play an important role in both processes. The more time I
have to consider your applications and work with you, the better!
I look forward to speaking with you soon!
Let's go build the federation and let's pack the Iowa delegation at our
national convention with Kenneth Jernigan and national scholarship winners!
Scott Van Gorp
Scott Van Gorp, President
National Federation of the Blind of Iowa
<mailto:svangorp at nfbi.org> Email
Live the life you want.
The National Federation of the Blind of Iowa is a community of members and
friends who believe in the hopes and dreams of the nation's blind. Every day
we work together to help blind people live the lives they want.
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