Scholarship For Disabled

EDUCATION

April 21, 1991

Anne Arundel County Committee on Employment of Persons with Disabilities is sponsoring the Mary McAlpine Memorial Scholarship for those interested in attending Anne Arundel Community College.

The scholarship's purpose is to assist disabled individuals who would like to attend or are currently attending school. The applicant's educational goal should be to find subsequent employment.

For information, see a guidance counselor or call:

Lyn Williams, 541-2307; Patricia Meinhold, 266-7941; Jane Niner, 355-0100; or Gary Lienesch, 766-1114.

SCHOLARSHIP FOR SENIORS

College Women's Club will award a $1,000 scholarship to a senior (male or female) graduating this spring from Annapolis Senior High, Southern Senior High, Severna Park Senior High, St. Mary's Senior High, South River Senior High, Old Mill Senior High and Broadneck Senior High.

Applications are due by April 15. Information and applications may be obtained fromthe school guidance counselor.

HEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarships to help fund training for allied health professionals are available from the Calvert Memorial Hospital Foundation Inc., according to CarrieForrest, CMH vice president for human resources.

The application deadline for study during the fall, 1991 semester is April 15. To be considered, applicants must already have been accepted into an alliedhealth program.

To receive an application packet call 535-4000.

SCHOLARSHIP OFFERED

The Alumni and Friends Association of Anne Arundel Community College seeks a recent graduate to reward with a scholarship this June to attend the University of Baltimore.

The association's Wilson Scholarship honors Theodore Halber Wilson, 1940-1961 president of the University of Baltimore.

Candidates for the estimated $3,200 scholarship must have earned an associate in arts degree from Anne Arundel Community College between December 1985 and May 1990.Other requirements include a 3.25 grade point average in a program that matches university programs; ability to enroll for the fall 1991 semester; no degree beyond associate in arts; and submission of a 250word essay on "What Will the Wilson Scholarship Mean to Me?"

Applications and essays must be received by the association no later thanMay 3. The winner will be a guest at the community college's commencement at 7 p.m. May 23.

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