The Edward Palonek Scholarship Announces Its Newest Cash Winner

A new scholarship just got created at

It's called the Edward Palonek Scholarship. It's $250 and it goes directly to the student and you do not need high grade scores to qualify.

Online PR News – 08-June-2013 – LV – The latest winner of the Edward Palonek Scholarship is Tamika Philip, from Mount Rainer, MD. Her short description on why she thought she deserved the Scholarship won her $250 cash. One of the best parts about the Scholarship, according to its founder Edward Palonek , is that the $250 goes directly to the Student. “they can use the Scholarship to pay for books, pay part of their student loan or any other related school expense”, says Palonek.

When Tamika found out she won Edward Palonek Scholarship she wrote in saying that "With this $250 scholarship, I plan on purchasing books for the Fall 2013 school year. I am very thankful for this scholarship. Thank you!"

The previous Scholarship winner was Cortney Allenbaugh from Groveland, IL. When she found out she had won she wrote in after receiving the $250 saying, “I was able to use the Edward Palonek scholarship money to take a college course this summer at a local junior college to help prepare me for the University I will be attending in the fall. I will now be able to go into my freshman year with already completing 15 credit hours of classes. I appreciate this scholarship in that it allowed me to prepare the way for my future education and ultimately my goal to pursue a career in helping others through exercise and nutrition. Thank you again! "

The Scholarship is ongoing, so it is never to late to apply and all that is needed is a paragraph on why the student deserve it. The Edward Palonek Scholarship is open any student 18 years of age or older attending school full time or part time of an accredited college, university or trade school in the United States.

“The Scholarship giveaway is my way of helping a few students achieve their goals buy making it just a little bit easier financially, to attend school”, says Edward Palonek.

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