Annette Gorn Memorial Endowed Scholarship

The Annette Gorn Memorial Endowed Scholarship was established in 2000 in memory of Annette Gorn, MEd ’87 by her husband, Dr. Michael H. Gorn, and others, to provide support for a graduate student with demonstrated financial need studying counseling and development. Mrs. Gorn loved Mason and served as an advisor in Academic Support and Advising Services for ten years. Recipients must be either a naturalized US citizens, a foreign national, or the offspring of parents born abroad and must be enrolled in a minimum of six graduate credit hours.

Award
Varies
Deadline
05/31/2022
Supplemental Questions
  1. Annette Gorn’s identity as an Irish woman inspired her passion of advising international students throughout her career as a counselor. In what ways does your heritage and identity contribute to your work in the field of counseling and development? (Maximum of 300 words.)
  2. Recipients of this award must be a naturalized US citizen, a foreign national, or the offspring of parents born abroad.
    • Please indicate if you meet at least one of these criteria.
    • Provide the name of the foreign county if born abroad. (Specify if a parent or you, the applicant)