An Overview of RMHC Scholarship Opportunities

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Keith Scribner and Leilani Scribner, husband and wife, of Spokane County, Washington, have more than three decades of experience, in the field of real estate investments, http://www.Scribco.com. In addition to overseeing real estate purchases and development projects, Keith Scribner supports nonprofits such as the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Spokane.

The Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) provides a number of annual scholarship opportunities to students living throughout the United States. Over the last 30 years, the organization has awarded high school students more than $56 million in scholarships. Students interested in applying for a RMHC scholarship should begin by contacting their local RMHC chapter.

The RMHC scholarship is a general scholarship open to any interested student. The organization also offers more specific opportunities for funding, such as the RMHC Asia scholarship. In order to qualify for this award, students must have at least one parent with Asia Pacific heritage. The RMHC African-American Future Achievers scholarship, meanwhile, is reserved for students with one parent of African American or Black Caribbean ancestry. Additional scholarships include the RMHC Hacer award for students with a parent of Hispanic or Latino descent. For more information on scholarship guidelines, visit RMHC.org.

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