MAGNOLIA — The Delaware Diabetes Coalition is offering a scholarship to provide financial assistance to high school seniors who are planning to attend further education in an accredited higher education program or students currently enrolled in an undergraduate program who have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.
This year the coalition will offer one $1,000 scholarship payable to the institution, which will be judged on the criteria of the student’s application presentation, 500 word essay entitled: “How diabetes has impacted my life choices,” recommendation letters and academic achievement.
All scholarship applicants must be a Delaware resident. Graduating seniors seeking higher education from an accredited college or university or a student currently enrolled in an undergraduate program with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes must submit their applications by April 30.
The Delaware Diabetes Coalition, Inc. is a statewide nonprofit organization comprised of a network of healthcare organizations working together to improve the lives of all people in Delaware affected by diabetes through awareness, prevention, identification, dissemination of services and advocacy.