Textbook Scholarships



Apply for the Fall 2008

Textbook Scholarship

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First, we’d like to extend a special “thank you” to all of the mortuary science students who took the time and effort to submit an essay for the End of Life Insights Textbook Scholarship program.


Once again, we would like to offer a special “thank you” to all of the students in mortuary science and nursing who took the time and effort to submit an essay for the End of Life Insights Textbook Scholarship Program


Another thank you goes out to the Scholarship Committee who reviewed the essays, including Elaine Reinhard, Department Chair of the Mortuary Science Department at Hudson Valley Community College in New York, www.hvcc.edu and Elleanor Starks, CFSP, 100 Black Women in Funeral Service, Founder/Executive Director, www.100blackwomenoffuneralservice.com

 

Scholarship Winners - Spring 2008

See the winners 
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The Spring Scholarship essay these students answered question was:


Families, friends and communities have historically gathered to mourn the dead through a formal viewing of the remains, and offered support through organized visitations. What do you think has lead to the decline of these practices? And how would you express to a family what the benefits are when viewing and visitation are held?