Empowering Zambians in the New England Area
THE DOROTHY H. HARRISON
PASSION AND PERSISTENCE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
About the award:
The Dorothy H. Harrison Passion and Persistence Scholarship Award honors the countless sacrifices that Mrs. Dorothy Harrison made to make the pursuit of higher education degrees a reality for her children. Because of all her tireless work, her children not only had the privilege of being able to attend the universities of their choosing, but they were also afforded the luxury of not having to constantly worry about finances. As a result, her children had the opportunity to do what every deserving student should have the right to do; the right to dream big and to pursue those dreams. The right to acquire a well-rounded education that opens countless career doors, but more importantly, the opportunity to learn the true value of giving to others the gift that keeps on giving.
Award Amount: $1000
1) Must be a Zambian who claims residence in New England
2) Must be between the ages of 16-45
3) Should have NO relation to the Harrison or Banda family
4) Must be pursuing their first associates or bachelor’s degree
5) Must be able to show proof of acceptance or enrollment in a US trade school, community college or university
1) Candidates email request for application packet
2) Candidates return completed application no later than October 12th 2012 DEADLINE through the mail
3) Award winner will be announced on October 27th, 2012 at the ZANE Independence day dinner.
4) Cash is paid directly to academic institution at the beginning of the 2013 Winter/Spring semester.
P.O. Box 382458
Cambridge, MA 02238
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