Isabelle Morin Foundation awards college scholarships to cancer survivors who have demonstrated overcoming a educational difficulty. Cancer Survivors who desire to attend college despite their struggles deserve the opportunity to be considered for a college scholarship.
Scholarships granted to Cancer Survivors. Our scholarship program is designed to provide funding to survivors who want to continue their education through technical school, vocational school, junior college, or a four-year college or university. For more information on how to apply please email us for application.
Applicants must be:
- A childhood cancer survivor under the age of 25 and diagnosed before the age of 18 with cancer.
- Applicants must submit an 500 word essay describing their childhood cancer experience, along with a recommendation letter from school and a doctor.
Selection Process and Awards
Applications are reviewed and evaluated by the Isabelle Morin Scholarship Committee. All selections made by the committee are final.
Complete, sign and date application
Proof of acceptance into a technical school, vocational school, junior college or four year college.
Two letters of recommendation
Letter from attending physician
500 word essay
Photo to be used if you are chosen as a scholarship recipient.
How can the award be used?
Scholarship funds may be used for education related expenses, including tuition, books, school supplies, school dormitory, or transportation.
We will grant our first scholarship to our a well deserved cancer survivor recipient in 2021.
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