Announcing Tracy McKay fMh Scholarship: Application and Deadlines

Posted by on February 1, 2013 in women | 0 comments

About one year ago Tracy McKay, BCC blogger, single mom, and student, lost the financial support of her ward. And the amazing loving fMh community rallied together to get her the support she needed.

We are proud to announce that this tradition of helping single Mormon mothers will live on in Tracy’s name, as the Tracy McKay fMh Scholarship for Single Mormon Mothers.

Please spread the word far and wide, pass this information along to any Single Student Moms in need of financial assistance.

Tracy McKay fMh Scholarship for Single Mormon Mothers
Application Requirements

A $3000 scholarship awarded once yearly. To be used for tuition, books, and supplies.

Application Requirements:
Send the following essays by April 1, 2013 to: [email protected]

  • An 1,000-1,500 word essay describing your relationship to Feminism, Mormonism, and Motherhood.  You do not necessarily have to be a feminist or a Mormon (however you choose to define those terms) to apply for this scholarship, but your essay should explore your relationship to all of the listed identities.
    Email using subject line: [Your Name] FMH Scholarship Essay
  • 300-500 words explaining your educational goals
    Email using subject line: [Your Name] Educational Goals

These materials must be received by April 1, 2013.

Eight finalists will be selected by the fMh bloggers and announced on April 15, 2013.  

Finalists must submit these additional materials by May 15th. Scholarship recipient will be announced June 1st, 2013.

Please Note: By accepting this scholarship you agree that your winning scholarship essay will be published on the Feminist Mormon Housewives blog, and you will be asked to provide two guest posts about your educational journey and/or a topic of your choice.  

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