Share your vision of an addiction-free world and win a $2,000 college scholarship. Applications open 4-21-2017!

college scholarshipsDid you know that addictive substances abuse has killed more people than every American war combined? 

Through the years, millions of lives have been damaged due to drug abuse and addiction. In the US alone, there are an estimated 3.6 million people who are addicted to some form of drug, whether for recreation or by prescription. These include people who accidentally become dependent, and eventually addicted to, painkillers like Opioids.

AddictionResource.com is raising awareness on this important issue by sponsoring a scholarship. Each year, AddictionResource.com awards $3,000 in scholarships each year to students who share their vision for an addiction-free world. The winner receives a one time payment to cover their educational expenses. (Grand Prize = $2000, Second Prize = $700, and Third Prize = $300).
The application period starts on  April 21st, 2017. For more information, as well as eligibility information, CLICK HERE.

About Back to Basics Learning Dynamics

We provide over 125 wide-ranging educational and related services including 1-on-1 tutoring in over 60 subjects, translating and interpreting in over 20 languages, speech and occupational therapists, behavior and reading specialists, paraprofessionals, ELL and computer lab teachers, RTI support and homebound services, psycho-educational testing, 1-on-1 test prep for the SAT, PSAT, SAT II, ACT, GRE, PRAXIS, GED, and HSEE, professional development, summer school, original credit and credit recovery. In addition, we operate Delaware’s only Department of Education-approved, 1-on-1 K-12 Private School in Wilmington, Delaware.

*Back to Basics Learning Dynamics is not in partnership with, or affiliated with, the AddictionResources.com  Scholarship Committee in any way. This post is simply intended to inform Back to Basics’ clients and readers about relevant opportunities for children, youth, and adults. To see more great scholarships, please visit our Scholarships page. 

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