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Amarillo Area Foundation accepting scholarship applications graduating high school seniors

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Amarillo, TX - The Amarillo Area Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications for all graduating high school seniors, planning on enrolling in college for the fall of 2014.

The Amarillo Area Foundation manages more than 100 funds to provide scholarships to seniors from the top twenty six counties of the Texas Panhandle. In 2013, the foundation awarded $353,000 to nearly 250 students. 

To see if you are eligible and to apply online, you can visit amarilloareafoundation.org/scholarship-map. 

If you are eligible to apply, click on the orange "Apply Now" button on the Scholarship Map page.

All applicants are required to create an online account in order to access the application.

If you have any question, you can contact Christina Williams at (806)376-4521.

 

 

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