Shire is pleased to announce that two additional scholarships will be awarded in 2014 in memory of Michael Yasick. The scholarships will go to undergraduate students 25 and older who have made a commitment to continue their education.*
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Jessica Jirsa | St. Louis Community College
"In the end, it’s not about who has ADHD and suffers. It’s about who is brave enough to be different and to accept its challenges."
Kelsey Peterson | Coastal Carolina University
"Receiving the scholarship means a lot to me. It shows that all my hard work and determination did not go unrecognized. And it inspires me to keep persevering."
Jacqueline Martin | Tuskegee University
"The scholarship and ADHD coaching have made a positive change in my life."
Geena White | DePaul University
"This Scholarship not only allows me to attend college, but also helps me pursue my long-term dream of becoming a teacher. As a teacher, I plan on helping children find different ways to cope with their ADHD."
Jordan Sanders | Berklee College of Music
"I feel that I can start college away from home knowing that I have this help for my ADHD."
The Michael Yasick ADHD Scholarship is closed.
The scholarship program is for individuals in the United States who:
- have been diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- are accepted to or will be enrolled in an undergraduate program at an accredited college, university, trade school, technical school, or vocational school
- under the care of a licensed health care professional for ADHD
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