Monday, February 23, 2009

AMBI Skincare Announces the 2nd Annual Scholarship in Science & Medicine to Support Minority Women

Snippets via press release: "AMBI(R) Skincare is now accepting applications for the second annual AMBI(R) Scholarship in Science & Medicine. This national scholarship program was designed to recognize, reward and support African-American and Hispanic women who have a genuine ambition to pursue careers in these respective fields. These women are non-traditional students who may have taken a break from their academic careers but now desire to attend school while balancing a family, work, and other personal goals. To provide financial assistance, AMBI(R) Skincare has contributed a total of $50,000 to be awarded to 5 women; each will receive $10,000 towards tuition for continuing their education.

The AMBI(R) Scholarship in Science & Medicine
Launched in 2008, the AMBI(R) Scholarship in Science & Medicine aims to raise awareness around the contribution of minority women to these fields in which they are underrepresented, while offering financial support to continue their education. The scholarship program was inspired by its first recipient, Karen Morris-Priester, who was honored for her outstanding academic accomplishments on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in May 2007. As the first grandmother to graduate Yale Medical School, the 44-year old Pennsylvania native's story exemplified the desire, drive and commitment that embody the AMBI(R) brand attributes.

According to the American Medical Association, there were 15,139 African-American and 15,009 Hispanic female physicians as compared to 130,781 Caucasian female physicians in 2006. That's why the brand has stepped up to help bridge the gap and support minority women looking to further their careers in science and medicine. AMBI(R) Skincare has been used and trusted by women with richer skin tones for over 40 years to provide skincare solutions for flawless, even toned skin.

For full application, as well as information about the program eligibility, requirements and the essay application, log onto www.ambiflawlessskin.com. Submissions will be accepted online beginning February 23, 2009 through April 17, 2009 and applicants must apply directly. No product purchase is necessary to be considered. The AMBI(R) Scholarship in Science & Medicine is sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products Company, a division of Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc., maker of AMBI(R) brand products.

"AMBI(R) is committed to researching and developing innovative technologies to create efficacious products for women," says Denna Singleton, Product Director for AMBI(R) Skincare. "With science being the key to the brand's success, AMBI(R) extends its support to minority women who aspire to advance their careers in the sciences."

Source: PRN/Ambi press release

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