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Author(s):Indiana Association for the Gifted
Title:Indiana Association for the Gifted Scholarship
Source:http://www.doe.in.gov/exceptional/gt/pdf/IAG_Sc...
Date:2008
Organization:Indiana Association for the Gifted
Short Description:The Indiana Association for the Gifted educates and advocates for meeting the academic and social/emotional needs of high ability youth. The IAG members recognize the benefits in recognizing high ability youth and contributing to their futures. With their mission in mind, IAG has established a scholarship program for high ability students who will enter college the following fall.
Annotation:The Indiana Association for the Gifted educates and advocates for meeting the academic and social/emotional needs of high ability youth. The IAG members recognize the benefits in recognizing high ability youth and contributing to their futures. With their mission in mind, IAG has established a scholarship program for high ability students who will enter college the following fall. Up to three scholarships will be awarded annually in the spring to college-bound Indiana students who are attending any accredited college or university.
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College and Career Planning (for Students)
Counseling
High School
Indiana
Scholarships

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