I alone cannot change the world,

but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.

-Mother Teresa

Prepare 4 Tomorrow Scholarship


In 2017, Helping Hands and Caring Hearts of America will award (2) $5,000 Prepare 4 Tomorrow scholarships to applicants based on financial need, application presentation, teacher recommendations and GPA. College-bound high school seniors who currently reside in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and intend on continuing their education in the fall, as full-time students at an accredited community college or a four-year college, are eligible to apply for the Prepare 4 Tomorrow Scholarship.

2017 Prepare 4 Tomorrow Scholarship’s Awarded

2017 Prepare 4 Tomorrow Scholarship's Awarded

Aimee Belise Ihirwe Shimwa and Radha Adhikari

2017 Prepare 4 Tomorrow Scholarship's Awarded

Shawn Rushton, Radha Adhikari, Aimee Belise Ihirwe Shimwa, Gene Legler

Both of these young women attend Emmett J Conrad High School in Dallas. Aimee Belise Ihirwe Shimwa will be pursuing a Medical degree at Texas A&M and would like to be a Pediatrician. Radha Adhikari will be attending the University of Texas at Dallas as a Computer Engineering Major.

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Apply

Complete the Prepare 4 Tomorrow online scholarship application, which includes a 500 word essay. Each applicant must also have two teacher recommendations forms submitted. All documentation, including Teacher recommendation forms, are due by March 1, 2017. Any applications not accompanied by Teacher recommendation forms by March 1, 2017 will not be eligible for the scholarships.

Volunteer

After an applicant has been awarded the Prepare 4 Tomorrow scholarship, they will serve with the Helping Hands and Caring Hearts Volunteer team in the Dallas-Fort Worth community.

 

Learn

The Prepare 4 Tomorrow scholarship winner will submit their volunteer form and Helping Hands and Caring Hearts of America will send the college of your choice a scholarship of $5,000.00 annually (in two equal installments) for tuition, housing, books and fees. Students must continue to attend classes and maintain no lower than a 2.5 grade-point average (or equivalent).

 

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