College of Education Ron McBride Foundation Play for Life Scholarship in Honor of Tennyson Cecchini

The College of Education offers this opportunity to graduate students in the Department of Educational Psychology. Preference will be given to students within the Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, or Counseling Psychology programs or those whose expressed interests, research and clinical focus, corresponds to the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders and/or early childhood trauma. Please contact the Department of Educational Psychology at (801) 581-7148 for more information.
Value: Up to $8,500 (Tuition and fees only)
Number of Awards: two (2)
Provided by: The Ron McBride Foundation

Supplemental Questions
  1. Are you a student of Educational Psychology in the College of Education?
  2. Please indicate if you are in one of the following programs
  3. Describe financial need.
  4. Please provide a personal statement (double-spaced, maximum of 2 pages) about why this field is important to you and what you intend to do in the field with your degree.