The 2022 Rose Marie Williams Memorial Scholarship offered by Diamonds in the Rough Ministry is reserved for young Christian women of any denomination, who are high school seniors in the state of Texas. Because the applicant pool is limited, the chance of getting an award is greatly increased if you meet the criteria.
Applicants must have a high school GPA of at least 2.5 (on 4.0 scale) and must submit official transcripts along with their scholarship applications.
If selected for the 2022 Rose Marie Williams Memorial Scholarship, you will need to provide proof of enrollment into a college or university to receive the scholarship funds. (Proof of enrollment is not necessary to apply. Only recipients will need to verify enrollment.)
Make sure you have all of the following items ready before starting your online application. You will need them in order to submit the completed application, and applications cannot be saved to return to later.
Here are the items you will need:
- Official Transcript
- List of any awards or honors received
- List of work experiences, volunteer experiences, and ministry involvement
- Resume (1 page, digital upload) (optional)
- Letter of Recommendation (sent separately by recommender)
- Personal Statement response to the following prompt: “For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline,” (Acts 20:24).
- In NO MORE THAN 500 WORDS, write about a time where you exhibited power, love, and self-discipline in the face of fear. Be sure to describe how you felt God at work during that time.
Application deadline: Friday, May 27, 2022 @ 11:59pm CST
A full description of the 2022 Rose Marie Williams Memorial Scholarship along with the application form can be found here.
“The hope of Diamonds in the Rough Ministry International is to empower women down the road of self-discovery and self-worth in Jesus Christ. Through evangelism, fellowship, the reading of God’s word, and prayer, we aim to challenge and enlighten all women to fulfill God’s calling on their lives.”