DESCRIPTION OF THE AWARD
Scholarships of $750 each are available through the generous donation of an endowment by Helen S. Randles, who served the United Helpers organization for over 45 years as a Board Member, as President of the Society of the United Helpers, and in many other capacities during her tenure with the organization. Helen S. Randles was a firm believer in the importance of education and, in particular, the educational preparation of individuals for service in health care.
Scholarships are available to any high school senior in St. Lawrence County who desires to continue his/her education in the health care field. The professions that will be considered for the Helen S. Randles Scholarship are:
Nursing, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Clinical Psychology.
HISTORY OF THE AWARD
The Society of the United Helpers is currently accepting applications for the Helen S. Randles Scholarships. These scholarships are made possible through the generous donation of an endowment by Helen S. Randles who served the United Helpers organization for 45 years.
Deadline for applications is Thursday, April 12, 2017 For more information, or to learn more about the Helen S. Randles Scholarship, please call the Society of the United Helpers Development office at 315-714-3110 Ext. 522.