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AMBI Scholarship in Science & Medicine

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Johnson & Johnson "ethnic" skin-care brand is accepting applications for its AMBI Scholarship in Science & Medicine, designed to "recognize, reward and support African-American and Hispanic women who have a genuine ambition to pursue careers in these respective fields" by awarding five women $10,000 each to help cover tuition costs, according to a Feb. 23 release. In particular, "non-traditional" students balancing a family, work and other professional goals who would like to return to school are invited to apply at 1www.AmbiFlawlessSkin.com through April 17. Company notes that in 2006 there were roughly 15,000 African American and 15,000 Hispanic female physicians versus more than 130,000 Caucasian female physicians. "AMBI 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," the firm says. "With science being the key to the brand's success, AMBI extends its support to minority women who aspire to advance their careers in the sciences.

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