Welcome, readers! Mya, here. We have some very exciting news here at the foundation that we want you all to know about. Thanks to our new partnership with Northern Kentucky University (NKU), select Anthony Muñoz Foundation Impact Program students will be chosen to receive a scholarship from $500 to $20,000 to NKU. We couldn’t be more thrilled to aid our student leaders in achieving their goals through this opportunity.
The First Steps:
Step 1: To be considered for this scholarship, you must apply to NKU before November 29, 2019.
- You’ll also need to provide proof of this application by sending us the NKU confirmation email you’ll receive.
- Good News! If you apply to NKU before the deadline, your $40 application fee will be waived!
Step 2: Complete your FAFSA for the following school year.
Step 3: Complete the AMF scholarship application.
Step 4: Submit your application to the Anthony Munoz Foundation via:
- Fax: (513) 772-4911
- Scan and Email: email@example.com
- Mail*: Anthony Muñoz Foundation
8919 Rossash Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Attn: Caleigh Willis
*If you submit your application on the day of the deadline it must be postmarked for November 29, 2019 by 11:59pm
Step 5: Wondering if you are eligible to receive this scholarship or have any questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Another thing to keep in mind when applying for this scholarship is that once you apply, you are automatically eligible for other scholarship opportunities through the Foundation. We want to see you succeed and are more than happy to give as you many tools as we can to help you achieve this.
Hayley Schrichten was one of our Scholarship Fund recipients, where she received a $20,000 scholarship from AMF, along with an additional $2,000 from NKU during last year’s Hall of Fame Dinner. Growing up, Hayley’s family “lived with different family members and several homeless shelters,” due to her parent’s addiction. In fourth grade alone she had “23 different addresses and had been enrolled into 9 different schools in just one year”. Luckily for her, a 19-year-old family friend, Stefanie fought to gain custody of her and her siblings and eventually won in 2010. Despite all odds, she graduated high school, unlike either of her parents, and even earned her STNA license.
Hayley says, “I grew up faster than most kids, but I will forever be an independent woman and achieve my goals. I use to wonder why God would let me go through so much. But my situation has showed me my purpose and I hope to one day give my children the childhood I never had and make a difference in the lives of children in similar situations as mine.”
Hayley’s story was such an inspiration to us, and we want to help students just like her succeed, despite all the barriers they’ve had to overcome.
As always, thank you for staying updated on all things AMF! As the holidays are around the corner, all of us here at the Foundation would like to take a step back and reflect on the things we’re truly grateful for. Visit us in the next couple weeks to hear all about the things we’re thankful for.
See you soon,