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Type: Foundations
Source: Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors

Applicants must meet the following criteria in order to be eligible for a PEG scholarship:

1.           Be a burn survivor.

2.           Be a high school senior, earned a GED, or currently be enrolled in a college, university, or trade school.

3.           Demonstrate academic achievement as shown by grades and scores on standardized tests or ability in a trade or craft.

4.           Must have applied and been accepted to an accredited

a.   2 year College,

b.   4 year College (University)

c.    Trade/Vocational School

5.           Model exemplary behavior as a recipient of a PEG Scholarship.

6.           Strongly encouraged to contribute to the PEG Scholarship Fund in the future to assist other burn survivors with their education.

7.           PEG Scholarship recipients are asked to send a handwritten thank you note to the Phoenix Society Board of Directors at the office address before funds will be distributed.

Prior PEG Awardees may apply
Purpose: The Phoenix Education Grant (PEG) is the first national scholarship endowment fund created for burn survivor students.  Barbara Kammerer Quayle, a teacher who was burned in an automobile accident in 1977, created the scholarship fund in 2001.  Her initial gift laid the foundation for the PEG scholarship fund.
Deadline: 06-30-2014
Award Min: $500.00
Award Max: $3,000.00
Quantity: Unknown

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