The James F. Reville Scholarship is awarded to students enrolled full-time in any year of their college, training in a field related to intellectual and other developmental disabilities in New York State.
Two awards are presented annually. The award is in the amount of $3,000 per recipient which is paid in installments of $750 per semester for any two (2) years the student is enrolled in college within a four-year period from the time the scholarship is awarded. People currently receiving an NYSARC, Inc. scholarship are not eligible to receive additional scholarships.Eligibility:-The nominated person has been actively involved in serving individuals who have intellectual and otherdevelopmental disabilities in some capacity-A submission letter signed by the president of the local chapter's Board of Directors as well as letters of recommendation from programs where they have worked or volunteered must be included with the application. Each chapter may submit only one applicationFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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