We are proud to recognize the 2022 recipients of the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) COVID-19 Impact Scholarship.
NCLD recognizes the pandemic continues to create significant disruptions to higher education and life plans of young adults with learning and attention issues across the country. Students are changing their plans, reducing credit loads, and losing out on internships and job opportunities, adjusting to the consequences of the global pandemic.
In recognition of the hardships our young adults face, NCLD created the COVID-19 Impact Scholarship, intended to support students whose college and life plans have been significantly impacted by the pandemic.
This year, NCLD awarded 12 $1,500 scholarships to deserving students experiencing significant disruptions to their undergraduate or graduate journeys.
Please join us in congratulating our 2022 scholarship recipients, Donteris Thompson, Madison Wiseman, Kendrick Johnson, Oliver Fentum, Sarah Devine, David Elkayam, Heather Hayes, Camden Moors, Kelly De’Angelo, and Zina Antolin.
Not pictured: Kelly De’Angelo and Zina Antolin
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