Paralyzed Veterans of America Awards Ten College Students With Scholarships

graduation cap and booksParalyzed Veterans of America has awarded ten college students with $1,000 scholarships each through Paralyzed Veterans’ Educational Scholarship Program.

The 2012 scholarship awardees are: Artae Curry of Watauga, TX; Casey Owen of Wellford, SC; Elizabeth Ness of Elm Grove, WI; Ian Brown of Neptune, NJ; James Tabares of Waltham, MA; Larry Curry of Carbondale, IL; Marissa Spencer of Yorktown, VA; Nicole Heyl of Oriental, NC; Paige Baldwin of Roxana, IL; and Paige Smith of Stratham, NH.

The Paralyzed Veterans of America Educational Scholarship Program was established in 1986 to help members and their immediate families gain postsecondary education from accredited colleges and universities across America. 

The organization’s primary goal has been to assist its members and their families in improving quality of life. This goal is reached through the wide variety of activities offered by Paralyzed Veterans, including support of programs designed to provide education and training for veterans with spinal cord injury and disease as well as their immediate families.

Learn more about Paralyzed Veterans of America's Scholarship Program

 

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