Bishop John Bryson Chane Scholarship for Social Justice
The Bishop John Bryson Chane Scholarship for Social Justice was established by the Episcopal Church Women Board in 2011 in honor of the work of Bishop John Bryson Chane. Grants are awarded yearly to graduating seniors in the Diocese of Washington who are interested in pursuing social justice at an accredited college or university.
Students must be active members of an Episcopal church within one of the eight (8) regions of the Diocese of Washington, demonstrate a commitment to social justice, have plans to attend college the fall after their graduation, and submit an application describing their interest.For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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