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What are some scholarships available to students from Pennsylvania?

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Some scholarships available to students from Pennsylvania include the Allegheny County Medical Society Medical Student scholarship, the Allegheny Mountain Section Air and Waste Management Association scholarships and the Alliance Medical Education scholarship, according to Scholarships. Other scholarships include the American Association of University Women Carlisle Branch, the Beulah Frey Environmental scholarship and the Clarkston Scholars program.

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One requirement for the Allegheny County Medical Society Medical Student scholarship is that the applicant must be a resident for at least 12 months of one of six Pennsylvania counties including Allegheny, Armstrong and Beaver, as well as Butler, Washington or Westmoreland, explains Scholarships. The application deadline is on September 30th yearly and the scholarship is for two medical students who receive $2,000. The Allegheny Mountain Section Air and Waste Management Association scholarship is for Pennsylvania residents living west of the Susquehanna river and West Virginia residents. It is for students who are already in an undergraduate program or high school seniors accepted into an undergraduate program. The annual application deadline is March 31.

The Alliance Medical Education scholarship is for Pennsylvania medical school students who qualify. Requirements for the Carlisle Branch of the American Association of University Women scholarship are that the recipients must be a female resident of Cumberland County for at least one year and complete one year of college.

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