CSUB William and Laura Edwards Scholarship

Johnnie M. Cerro, a CSUB alumnus of 1972, established this scholarship in December 2000 to honor the memory of his parents. Proceeds from this endowment are used to fund scholarships for students preparing to be teachers and who plan to remain in Kern County after completion of their teaching credential program. Award Criteria:-Enrolled in the CSUB Teacher Credential Program-Intend to pursue a career in teaching in Kern County-Demonstrate financial needFor more information and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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