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PTSD Scholarship

The team at Dansker & Aspromonte Associates is awarding a $2,500 scholarship to a prospective undergraduate student or a student who is currently enrolled in a college or university who submits a thoughtful essay around the topic of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

The deadline for applying for the PTSD Scholarship is July 1, 2020. If you or somebody that you know is interested in applying, use the form on this page.

 

About the PTSD Scholarship

The offices of Dansker & Aspromonte Associates sit steps away from the site of the World Trade Center. We understand firsthand the defining impact that the events of September 11, 2001, had on the nation, New York City in particular. We are also keenly aware of the lingering effects that 9/11 and its aftermath had on citizens of the city, especially first responders and members of the military.

“Dansker & Aspromonte Associates is one with New York City, and an integral piece of our mission is to assist and better understand the most vulnerable members of our community,” said Salvatore Aspromonte, one of the firm’s founding partners. “This is why we are offering a scholarship that we hope will serve the dual purpose of helping a college student while reminding the community of the care that is needed for those suffering from PTSD.”

Students applying for undergraduate education at a college or university may apply.

 

Criteria for Eligible Applicants

To qualify for the PTSD Scholarship, applicants must:

  • Be in the process of enrolling in undergraduate education or currently enrolled in a college or university
  • Submit an essay based on the criteria listed below
  • Include an unofficial transcript
  • Agree to the terms and conditions of the contest

Interested students may send in their materials using the form on this page.

 

Essay Topic

Your essay must focus on the topic of PTSD, a subject that remains near to the heart of New Yorkers affected by 9/11. More specifically, your paper should center on deconstructing one or more of the misunderstandings surrounding PTSD.

Approaches to the essay may vary, as you may choose to take a policy-focused stance or a more expository tact. You are free to use any anecdotes, statistics, or other relevant research. The winning paper will be well-organized and engaging.

All submissions must be limited to 750 words or less. Your essay must be sent in a PDF format along with your application.

 

The Process for Applying

To apply for the PTSD Scholarship, use the form included on this page.

You must submit your application by July 1, 2020, to qualify for consideration. Any late submissions or essays submitted in any manner other than the form on this page will not be considered.

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