The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation's scholarship program empowers brain tumor survivors to reach their career goals.
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation's college scholarship program eases the financial hardships of a childhood brain tumor diagnosis and helps survivors thrive by empowering them to reach their career goals. Since 2001, the PBTF has awarded more than 1,500 college scholarships to brain tumor survivors totaling $1.7 million.
2017 Scholarship Program
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation has awarded 53 college scholarships to brain tumor survivors for the 2017 academic year. The recipients include rising first-year students and current college students.
The 2017 application is closed. Next year's application will be available in January 2018.
Scholarship Program Supporters
Thank you to our 2017 named scholarship donors:
- Herbert Shaw Jr. Memorial Fund
- Julia Kivlin Scholarship Fund
- Larry Dean Davis Scholarship Fund
To learn more about these donors and to establish a named scholarship in honor or memory of someone, we invite you to Create a Named Scholarship. Your gift will aid in our mission to help survivors thrive.
Our scholarship program for brain tumor survivors is supported in part by the Cycle World Joseph C. Parkhurst Education Fund.
For more information about the scholarship program, please contact Shelley Pressley at 800-253-6530, x306 or by email.