Please download the Scholarship Program Application and submit by mail as indicated on the form. The form may be submitted between September 1 and January 31 for participation in the program the following summer. After you submit your application, please send all required supporting documents (listed above, in the program requirements) as soon as possible by regular mail to:
CHRISTUS Stehlin Foundation
ATTN: Scholarship Program
10301 Stella Link Rd Ste A
Houston TX 77025-5447
The Foundation will consider ONLY those applications complete with all supporting documents.
Applications are reviewed each spring. All applicants will be notified of the Foundation’s decision by email and letter on or before March 15. Depending on school terms, successful applicants typically begin work about June 1 and continue through mid-August.
In considering applicants currently attending college, preference is given to students with declared majors in science and technology. Also, first time applications usually receive preference for both high school and college students.
If you have questions about the Foundation’s Educational Scholarship Program, contact us by email or by phone at 713-659-1336. We look forward to receiving your application, and wish you success in your academic (and your scientific) career!
“I have been constantly impressed not only with the CHRISTUS Stehlin Foundation’s rich legacy of transformative research, but also the tenacious commitment of foundation staff to the vision of Dr. Stehlin. A connection between this vision and the mission of our sponsoring congregations was immediately clear, as both seek not only to treat illness, but also honor the dignity inherent in every person.”
Tom Royer, M.D.,
CEO Emeritus, CHRISTUS Health, 2011
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