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Help You Make A Difference

Scholarship Value: $1,500
Awards Available: 1

The team as ESADoggy is pleased to announce our first-annual Helping You Make A Difference Scholarship.

Who qualifies?

This scholarship is open to all US and Canadian college and university students currently enrolled in any mental health-related discipline.

How does it work?

A) Write an article, at least 1,500 words long, on the following subject - "How a dog/cat can help those with emotional disabilities."

B) Post your article on your school's student blog, or maybe over at Blogspot or Medium.

C) Include at least three links to authoritative sources on the subject matter.

D) Make sure one of those links points to esadoggy.com

E) Once that's done, submit your work using the form below.

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