John M. Will Memorial Scholarship
Sponsored by: John M. Will Scholarship Foundation
Application Deadline March 8
Type of Award Scholarship
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The John M. Will Memorial Scholarship has an easy application process compared to similar scholarships. It might not require extensive essays or interviews.
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The John M. Will Memorial Scholarship is slightly competitive compared to similar scholarships.
Applicant must be a resident of Baldwin, Clarke, Conecuh, Escambia, Mobile, Monroe, or Washington counties in Alabama, Escambia or Santa Rosa counties in Florida, or George or Jackson counties in Mississippi. Applicant must be enrolled or plan to enroll full-time in a regionally accredited college, attend a Foundation committee conference, and submit cover letter, transcript, and recommendation.
Requirements for the John M. Will Memorial Scholarship
Other postgraduate-level study
Santa Rosa, FL
William Steele Holman II, Secretary of the Foundation
Scholarship Questions and Answers
Separate application required?
Award must be repaid?
Award is renewable?
Yes. Recipient must reapply for renewal.
Award is granted yearly?
Other Scholarships Offered by John M. Will Scholarship Foundation
How much money does the this award give out?
The maximum amount of the John M. Will Memorial Scholarship is $5000, but it awards $5000 on average. The least you can get from the John M. Will Memorial Scholarship is $5000. To find more scholarships that give at least $5000, visit our Scholarship Search.
How many awards are given out?
On average, 2 people receive the John M. Will Memorial Scholarship.
What are some similar scholarships?
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