Scholarship Value: $10,000
Awards Available: 1
The Quell Foundation strives to reduce the number of suicides, overdoses, and the incarceration of people with mental health illness. We work to accomplish this by encouraging people to share their stories, increasing access to mental health services, providing a pipeline of future mental health care professionals with scholarships, and training first responders to recognize mental health crisis warning signs amongst their own.
There’s a severe stigma associated with mental health illness that prevents those closest to us from getting the help they need. By promoting open, judgment-free dialogue, together we can shatter the stigma and normalize the conversation around mental health.
The Quell Fighter Scholarship is awarded to a select high school senior or a current undergraduate/graduate student that is being treated for a diagnosed mental health condition. The award was established by The Quell Foundation's
Awareness Fund as a means to create a paradigm shift in the care and treatment of people with mental health illness.
This important recognition is accompanied with:
- A one-year distribution of a $7,500 - $10,000 scholarship.
- Opportunity to participate in the foundation’s awareness events/activities.
The Quell Foundation Fighter Scholarship is a merit- and financial need-based award. Awards will be made to those students who demonstrate a high level of need and/or a history of employment and training that reflects a commitment to work.
To be eligible, you must meet the following criteria:
- Student must live with a diagnosed mental health condition, as documented by a health care professional.
- Student must be accepted into an accredited College or University.
- Student must be matriculated and maintain full-time enrollment in an undergraduate/graduate program.
- Student must obtain a passing grade in all classes.
- Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.20 as of December 2022.
- Award must be applied to degree granting institution within academic year ’23-’24.
- Student will be encouraged to help facilitate showing of the Foundation’s Lift the Mask documentary on their college campus and participate in community awareness events/activities.
- Award recipient must adhere to all behavioral, professional and ethical guidelines set forth by the educational institution.
- Award recipient must demonstrate an understanding and commitment to The Quell Foundation’s Mission.
- Student must submit check to college/university by September 1, 2023.
- Following award notification, recipients must submit a headshot and thank you video clip, which the foundation will share with our generous donors.
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Awards Available: 1