Thank you for your interest in my Maryland State Delegate Scholarship Program. Scholarship funds are available to full or part-time students who will attend any eligible Maryland institution during the academic year. Students must be residents of Legislative District 22. They may be enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, post- secondary career, vocational or professional studies program.

Scholarships will range from $200 to approximately $2,000. Scholarships are for one year, but applicants may apply for additional assistance in subsequent years. My scholarship selection committee will review applications and recommend potential scholarship recipients. Selection of recipients will be based upon certain criteria, including academic achievement, academic goals, and the likelihood of completing a college degree or certification in a program, as well as demonstrated commitment to service in our community.

If you wish to apply for a Delegate scholarship, complete and email the application (below) no later than April 15th. Also, please arrange for prompt return of the recommendation described in the application so that we may receive it by the April 15th DEADLINE.

The scholarship application review process will be completed by mid-summer, at which time you will be notified of our decision. If you have any questions, call my office at 301-858-3961.

To apply, download and complete the scholarship application form.

Completed applications should be emailed to:
Subject: Scholarship

Applications including all supporting documents must be received by APRIL 15th.

For more information, please contact my office at 301-858-3961.


2018 End of Session Newsletter

Congratulations to Delegate Anne Healey on being honored by The Daily Record as one of their Top 100 Women.

"This year's Maryland's Top 100 Women honorees lead companies, create change, break barriers, chart new territory and inspire future generations," said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. "These women make a difference at home, at work and in their communities. The Daily Record is proud to honor them."

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