We are a community supported effort creating better, brighter futures for single parent families by offering encouragement and access to higher education.
Each semester we offer a workshop designed to provide additional support for scholarship recipients balancing school, parenting and managing a household.
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SPSF NWA invites you to meet the inspiring moms and dads who are working so hard to create better, brighter futures for their families.
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Meet Lauren Johnson, a 26 year old mother to 6 month old Clara Marie. Lauren is currently majoring in Environmental Science at NWACC. We caught up with Lauren and asked her to tell us more about her life and her journey to receive her education. How did you hear about…
In 2011 SPSF NWA initiated The PRO (Professional Resource Opportunity) Program to add support beyond the scholarship for our recipients. The PRO Program utilizes experienced professionals in the community as advisors for current SPSF NWA scholarship recipients. These volunteer advisors (PROs) and students will be matched according to degree program…
Meet Felicia Fleming, a 27 year old mother to Xavier (8) and Madilynn (4). Felicia is currently majoring in Psychology at the NWACC. We caught up with Felicia and asked her to tell us more about her life and her journey to receive her education. How did you hear…
Single Parent Scholarship Fund Alumnus Christina Meeks shared the following comments at the Jingle Mingle Thursday night at Pratt Place Barn: “Good evening, everyone. Earlier this week I was checking out the “Meet a Recipient” blogs on the Single Parent Scholarship web site, and I tell you what, if you…
Meet Shannon Youmans, a 26 year old mother of two, Devon (4) and Cash (2). Shannon is currently majoring in mathematics at the University of Arkansas. We caught up with Shannon and asked her to tell us more about her life and her journey to receive her education. What made…