Chantel S. Husted was a beloved daughter who passed away too soon before being able to make her mark on the world. Chantel’s career was in the social work field where she provided help to vulnerable people and communities to work through challenges they face in everyday life.
The mental health and social services fields play a vital role in supporting the health and well being of society. With 20% of adults in the US experiencing mental illness every year, it’s critical for the next generation of mental health professionals to be encouraged to continue their education.
This scholarship seeks to honor the memory of Chantel S. Husted by supporting students interested in pursuing careers in mental health or social services.
Any undergraduate or graduate student in Florida with at least a 3.2 GPA and an interest in mental health or social services may apply for this scholarship. One winner will be an undergraduate student and the other will be a graduate student.
To apply, tell us why you are interested in a career in social services or mental health.