A scholarship program for women pursuing a college degree later in life

In keeping with our tradition of serving the community, the Talbots Charitable Foundation is proud to offer its scholarship program
to women pursuing a college degree later in life.

Source: Talbots

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4 Responses to A scholarship program for women pursuing a college degree later in life

  1. N.Roxana May 13, 2011 at 8:55 am #

    I am 47 and I am looking for a scholarship to study, psycology, microbiology or neuroscience, thank you

  2. Tirhas August 31, 2011 at 6:22 am #

    I am from Ethiopia and 30 years old and i am gradute degree program in Computer science & IT eagrely need to get a chance this free scholarship for femails.

    Thanking & regarding

  3. Jen September 1, 2011 at 5:08 pm #

    I am looking for scholarships for women over 35. I am currently working as an xtay tech, but would like to further my education. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.

  4. Tina C Outlaw-Kennett February 23, 2012 at 2:38 pm #

    I am entering to the PhD program for Clinical Psychology at Argosy Online University, Spring 2012, and believe this shows my dedication to bringing enhanced psychotherapy, testing services and the respect of Doctoral level practice to an already resource deprived rural area and to further assisting clients. There are major gaps in behavioral therapy practice in the area of Darlington County, South Carolina. State budget cuts cause the agencies to be understaffed and therefore unable to serve appropriately the population of need. This causes people with already limited resources to have to travel 30 to 45 minutes away to access psychological services. Using Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) especially with kids, who have been traumatized, is my passion. EAP is an experiential technique with which Clients can learn about themselves and others, by participating in activities with the horses, and then processing (or discussing) feelings, behaviors, and patterns. EAP has the added advantage, of utilizing horses, dynamic and powerful living beings. EAP helps clients work through issues with: self-esteem, eating disorders, sexual abuse issues and confidence, overcome anxiety, learn healthy relationship dynamics, self- discipline and respect. Horses provide a different, more relational therapy experience including unconditional acceptance, regard and love. I find that people enjoy the natural atmosphere and added confidentiality of the farm/rural location. Outlaw’s Vision Quest Farm, Inc. was incorporated as a Not for Profit in 2002 and as a 501c3 Not for Profit Agency as of April 2010. Being a Non-profit has caused me to write off co-pays and fees, allowing increased client access. However, it does not allow me to have the funds to pay for the PhD program.

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