StormStruck: A Tale of Two Homes Scholarship

The FLASH Scholarship Program offers $1,500 graduate scholarships for students seeking academic degrees that underpin disaster safety and mitigation, including construction, engineering, financial services, risk communication, social sciences and more. The scholarship program was originally created as a higher education extension of StormStruck: A Tale of Two Homes, the popular interactive severe weather experience at Epcot in Walt Disney World Resort. FLASH partners are pleased to offer the following scholarships to eligible master and doctorate-degree students:-FLASH Social Science Scholarship -International Code Council Scholarship -John Jeffries Meteorology Scholarship-Kohler Generators -Simpson Strong-Tie Structural Engineering & Construction Scholarship -State Farm Financial Services Scholarship -The Home Depot-The Portland Cement Association ScholarshipEligiblity/Requirements:-Students much have a bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university-At the time of acceptance, applicant must be accepted to a graduate program for social/behavioral science -All transcripts -A statement of appraisal from the graduate's research program For more information, visit the FLASH website.

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