Bryent Smothermon PTSD Awareness Scholarship

Funded by
Bryent Smothermon
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$1,000
1 winner
Open
Application Deadline
May 14, 2022
Winners Announced
Jun 14, 2022
Education Level
Graduate, Undergraduate
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Eligibility Requirements
Background:
Military veteran or child of a military veteran
Background:
Military veteran or child of a military veteran

In 2021, the world lost a selfless, kind, and thoughtful son, grandson, brother, nephew, cousin, and best friend when Bryent Smothermon passed away.

Born on Flag Day, his love of the military, country, and the sense of comradery he felt led Bryent to have an accomplished career in the military before he left this world too early. 

Bryent, or as his close friends and family would call him B or Smo, was the life of the party. He was a fierce protector of those closest to him, a miracle worker with kids, an animal lover, a gentle soul, and most of all was behind many laughs and happy times. He was always focused on ensuring everyone around him was having a good time and laughing. Bryent had strong values, lifelong friendships, and great memories that were created in his short time on earth. 

To honor his legacy, the Bryent Smothermon PTSD Awareness Scholarship exists to support military veterans and their children who have suffered from PTSD or have been affected by someone who has suffered from PTSD. All military vets and children of military vets currently in school are eligible. 

To apply, please write about the things you have learned about yourself or the world around you through your experiences with PTSD. Please also discuss how you hope to use your experience to help others currently suffering from PTSD.

Military
Selection Criteria:
Essay, Veteran, PTSD, Ambition
$1,000
1 winner
Open
Application Deadline
May 14, 2022
Winners Announced
Jun 14, 2022
Education Level
Graduate, Undergraduate
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Essay Topic

What have you learned about yourself or the world around you through your experiences with PTSD? How do you hope to use your experience to help others currently suffering from PTSD?

400–600 words

FAQ

When is the scholarship application deadline?

The application deadline is May 14, 2022. Winners will be announced on Jun 14, 2022.