John Lepping Memorial Scholarship

The John Lepping Memorial Scholarship has been designed by the Lep Foundation for Youth Education (a public charity that provides financial assistance to Tri-State youth seeking to further their education). Disabled youth, including but not limited to physical disabilities (spinal cord injury, loss of limb, birth defects, etc.) and psychological handicaps (autism, post-traumatic stress, etc.) Scholarship recipients must be able to provide proof of disability with a letter of confirmation by a physician. Proof required after award notification. Applicant must reside in New York, New Jersey or Pennsylvania. Recipients must demonstrate academic achievement through evidence to one's potential and be accepted for admission at an institution of higher education. All applicants must submit an application including a separate document providing a description of your disability and how it is a financial burden/challenge to you and your family, and a statement of your goals, ambitions for the future, Applicants must also provide transcript of grades and three (3) letters of recommendation from non-family members, and a completed Federal Student Aid form (FAFSA). For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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Award Amount: $5,000
Competitive: Yes
Essay required: Yes

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