SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Application for Arkansas Autism Foundation Scholarship 2021-2022

Application is not complete without college transcript and two letters of recommendation, one of which must be from a professor or advisor.

Arkansas Autism Foundation Scholarship Criteria
 
One scholarship will be awarded for $1,000.00 for one year as long as funds are available and may be used for tuition, fees, books and room and board at an accredited institute for higher education in Arkansas.
 
The recipient must be an Arkansas resident and attend a school in Arkansas. Academic promise, need, and evidence of ability to work effectively with the disabled community in Arkansas will be factors in determining the award recipient.
 
Applications are due by August 31st, 2021. Applicants will be notified within two weeks of this deadline regarding the grant committee’s decision. The winner will be notified in advance, and attendance to receive the scholarship is expected. Applicants must submit a completed application, a copy of college transcripts, and two letters of recommendation. One of the recommendations must be from a professor or advisor from the applicant’s current degree program.
 
The recipient of the award will be required to complete and sign the scholarship acceptance form certifying that the recipient will use the money as stated in their application and that any funds not used in the fashion in which they were intended will be reimbursed to the Arkansas Autism Foundation (AAF). Those who fail to complete their program in three years may be requested to repay the money to AAF. Annual contact with AAF for a period of three years will be appreciated. The recipient is encouraged to attend a community outreach or fundraising event each year and will be required to submit a written report within one year explaining how the scholarship funds were used. 

    Application for Arkansas Autism Foundation Scholarship 2021-2022

    The Foundation helps individuals and families with autism and provide autism friendly events.

    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability that can cause significant social, communication and behavioral challenges.

    The Foundation provides autism friendly events and relevant workshops and training opportunities.

     

    We are always looking for friendly, outgoing, enthusiastic people who want to make a real difference in the world of autism.

     

     

    Arkansas Autism Foundation Arkansas Autism Foundation
    11610 Pleasant Ridge Road
    Suite 103, #112
    Little Rock, AR 72223

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