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National MS Society Scholarship Program 

MS shouldn’t stand in the way of an education. This is why the National MS Society's scholarship program exists — to help highly qualified students who have been diagnosed with MS or who have a parent with MS achieve their dreams of going to college.                                                            
The Society established its scholarship program in 2003 and the program continues to grow both in terms of support and scholarships awarded. In its first year of operation the program awarded 36 scholarships for a total of $68,000; in 2014 over $1 million was awarded to 713 scholars.
Support for the scholarship program comes from foundations, chapter donors, our own employee giving program and other sources. Click here to learn how you can help us support future scholars. A special thank you to Multiple Solutions, the Greater Illinois Chapter’s junior Board and the Bridgestone Americas Trust Fund for their contributions toward the MS Scholarship Program in 2014.
To learn more about the National MS Society Scholarship program click here.                        
Meet the National MS Society, Greater Illinois Chapter's 2014 Scholarship Recipients!
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Cody Bresnahan, of Minooka, is a senior at Minooka Community High School.

Sarah Callison, of Aurora, is a senior at Marquette Manor Baptist Academy.

Madison Corradi, of Arlington Heights, is a senior at Rolling Meadows High School.

Gregory Cox, Jr., of Havana, is a senior at Havana High School.

Jennifer Emmert, of Lombard, is a senior at Glenbard East High School.

Makenzie Hayden, of Greenup, is a senior at Cumberland High School.

Sean Moore, of Bloomingdale, is a senior at Lake Park High School.

Allison Pales, of Oswego, is a senior at Oswego High School.

Angela Polakowski, of Chicago, is a senior at Jones College Prep.

Andrew Posegay, of Glen Ellyn, is a senior at Glenbard West.

Kevin Rychel, of Gurnee, is a senior at Warren Township High School.

Addison Schwaller, of Sheridan, is a senior at the Illinois Math and Science Academy.

Emily Silberman, of Deerfield, is a senior at Deerfield High School.

Taylor Spooner, of Aurora, is a senior at Kaneland High School.

Melinda Troyka, of Carol Stream, is a senior at Glenbard North High School.

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