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TarValon.Net's 2022 Robert Jordan Memorial Scholarship Now Open

Mashiara Sedai
  • TarValon.Net's annual Robert Jordan Memorial Scholarship is open for applications.

The annual Robert Jordan Memorial Scholarship is open at TarValon.Net.  Each year, TarValon.Net offers $500 scholarships to those pursuing higher education.  Here are this year’s details:



The Robert Jordan Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually by the community of TarValon.Net to people seeking higher education in the pursuit of being a Servant of All.  We have awarded this scholarship annually since 2006.  This year we will be selecting recipients for two $500 scholarships.

Winning essays will be selected based upon the content and scope of the applicant's response.  Our Hall of the Tower, a body of representatives from all community membership groups, will read and vote on the essays that they feel best answer the essay prompt.

Applications will be accepted from March 15, 2022 until May 15, 2022.  Recipients will be notified by July 1, 2022 if they have been awarded a scholarship.  This information will also be published at TarValon.Net and through our social media outlets after recipients have been notified.


You can apply by following this link.


Let us know how you’d be a Servant of All to your community in the comments below!

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