Make an application for Our Autism Scholarship– KFM Making A Distinction


Spring 2021 ‘Making A Difference For Autism Scholarship’ Requirements

Complete the scholarship application here

Keep in mind: All high school trainees with autism attending a post-secondary program in the 2021-2022 scholastic year might use. In addition, all current college trainees with autism may use also who will be attending a post-secondary program in the 2021-2022 academic year. This scholarship has no geographic constraints meaning it’s open to all upcoming and current college students with autism in the U.S and internationally! If you were selected in a previous year and/or weren’t picked you may reapply as long as you are still going to college in the 2020-2021 scholastic year. Just ensure to send us a brand-new original application and essay!

The winning applicant will get a $500 dollar scholarship to be utilized to spend for their post-secondary education.

All scholarship applications require to be filled out with all of the requirements listed below by no behind Monday, April 26, 2021 at Midnight EST! After sending your application, if you don’t receive an email within 72 hours about your application being gotten please message us via our KFM Making A Distinction Facebook page here to let us know and we will see where the issue may be.

Requirements for Application

Part 1: Cover Letter That Includes

o A Short Bio (250 words or less).

o Postsecondary Program Accepted in or Participating In (I.E College, Community College, Vocational Program, and so on)

o Autism Diagnosis (I.E Aspergers, PDD-NOS, ASD, etc.. Age you were formally diagnosed)

o Address

Part 2: Resume

Part 3: Letter of Reference (Consisted of in the letter of recommendation ought to be a contact number and/or email which can be offered for any follow up concerns which the Scholarship Committee may have)

Part 4: Essay

In order to finish the essay, you must:

Note: Once we receive your essay it will survive on for others to view. Before we can post your essay you’ll have to sign, scan and email back to us this kind here.

We do edit applications. The majority of the edits will be grammatical modifications, title changes, etc. By sending this application you accept also let us potentially publish your name, essay and photos as part of a book we are composing to highlight members in our autism neighborhood. (If you would choose us not use your name please let us understand and we will be more than pleased to utilize a pseudonym name along with a stock image to consist of when your essay goes live!).

Choice of the winners

The decision on the winners of the scholarship will be in the sole discretion of KFM Making A Difference. The winning application will be based on, a minimum of in part, upon the amount of online interest in your essay (quantity of times it’s shared on social media via Facebook/Twitter/Etc. and the quantity of pageviews it receives). Because of that we encourage you to share your essay once it’s live on as sometimes as you can with your loved ones to help develop the online interest of your essay. We will send you an e-mail with the link to your essay once it’s live on

Our scholarship fund wouldn’t be possible without the assistance of our community! Help our scholarship program progressing by donating to our scholarship fund here. Don’t have the funds to donate? Not an issue! You can start a Facebook fundraiser here to motivate your loved ones to donate to the cause!

Assist support Kerry Magro, a young guy on the autism spectrum who started this scholarship program to assist others who have autism!

Kerry has actually made it his objective to assist others with autism and special requirements through this scholarship program and if you wish to pay it forward that would be amazing. Kerry considers referrals of places he might have the ability to speak as one of the greatest compliments. If you know of a group who might need a speaker please send him an e-mail at! You can find out more about our nonprofit founder Kerry Magro, an expert speaker and very popular author on the autism spectrum at You can likewise follow him on Facebook here and Instagram here.