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Scholarships 2020-01-15T10:27:12-05:00

We’re committed to helping young adults (ages 15-39) continue their education after their own cancer diagnosis
or the diagnosis of a loved one.

The Ulman Foundation offers scholarships to young adults, who have been impacted by cancer. More specifically, applicants must have been between the ages of 15-39 during their own diagnosis/treatment or during the diagnosis/treatment of a parent/guardian, sibling, and/or spouse.
Scholarship winners will be awarded a total of $2500 over two academic semesters. Scholarship funds will be paid directly to the degree granting institution and can be applied to either undergraduate or graduate programs.

Applications will close Sunday, March 1, 2020.

2019-20 Scholarship Winners

Adrian Sison
Perlita Liwanag Memorial Scholarship
Hometown: Fort Washington, MD

Lena Harmata
James and Patricia Sood Scholarship
Hometown: Alexandria, VA

Will Boelts
Mary Barton Freeman Scholarship
Hometown: Cedar Falls, IA

Uriel Ramirez Guzman
BOYAA Scholarship
Hometown: Hyattsville, MD

Brian Agnew
Lisa Higgins-Hussman Foundation Scholarship
Hometown: Washington D.C.

Veronika Melo
Mary Barton Freeman Scholarship
Hometown: Raynham, MA

Kevin Maciel
Kimberly Keith Memorial Scholarship
Hometown: Crofton, MD

Katelyn Kunzmann
Jill Weaver Starkman Memorial Scholarship
Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

Chase Sieradski
Jill Weaver Starkman Memorial Scholarship
Hometown: Highlands Ranch, CO

Aiden Hendrickson
Sean Silver Memorial Scholarship
Hometown: Kirklin, IN

Kaylee Bowers
Sean Silver Memorial Scholarship
Hometown: Champaign, IL

Sarah Boothman
Vittoria Dianna Ricardo Memorial Scholarship
Hometown: Yakima, WA

Chole Mueller
John Shepherd Memorial Scholarship
Hometown: Greenville, SC

Madison Watson
John Duvall Memorial Scholarship
Hometown: Havre de Grace, MD

Cassidy Hoeckendorf
Jeffery P Meyer Memorial Scholarship
Hometown: Las Vegas, NV

Meagan Clark
Margaret Grace Freeman Scholarship
Hometown: Raton, NM

“Cancer has taught me the need for community, partnership, and cooperation. I will use my cancer and my education to reach my full potential, not just for personal gain but also for the benefit of others who have given much to me.”

-Andrew E., Survivor & Scholarship Recipient 

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