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In 2012, the Remember the Ten Run Steering Committee announced the creation of the Remember The Ten Run Scholarship Program! This scholarship program is supporting OSU Masters and Doctoral students enrolled in one of the following degree specialties: Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Community Counseling, and Marriage and Family Therapy. Recipients receive a $1,000 cash scholarship with $500 being awarded in the Fall and Spring semesters.
A packet of information can be downloaded by clicking here!
The Remember The Ten Run is now an annual tradition held on the third Saturday in April. The primary benefactor of the run has been OSU Counseling Services. The run has provided $20,000 per year for the past ten years to support their endeavors in the areas of grief counseling. The 10th contribution will be made on January 28, 2017, at the OSU Men's Basketball Game.
Inspired by the Pickens Legacy Scholarship Matching (PLSM) Program, the run’s steering committee seized the opportunity to fulfill an additional goal they have desired since the run’s inception – the creation of the scholarship. Thanks to the unwavering support of the OSU Foundation, the Remember the Ten Scholarship Program was created. It is currently enrolled in the PLSM Program and will quality for 1.5 to 1 match.
Once fully funded at $250,000, the steering committee hopes to award ten $1,000 scholarships each academic year. OSU Counseling Services will continue to be supported every year.
Please help us raise awareness of this new program by promoting this page – it's easy address is: www.remembertheten.com/scholarship.
And, your donation to support this wonderful cause will also be greatly appreciated!
RT10 RUN BENEFITS OSU COUNSELING
The registration fees, contributions and sponsorships of "Remember the Ten" Run support both the coordination and expenses of the annual run and also the work of OSU Counseling Services. Kerry Don Alexander was inspired by Bill Hancock's book, "Riding with the Blue Moth" and, in 2000, began to plan a memorial run to celebrate the lives of the "10." Bill Hancock is the father of Will Hancock – one of the 10 who perished in the crash. His book was written as a journal of a bicycle journey across America that helped him work through his grief. The "blue moth" represented the grief and depression that "flew" with Bill after Will's death. Kerry could relate to Bill's grief due to the death of his own father when he was a student at OSU.
In planning the "Remember the Ten" Run, Kerry wanted proceeds from the event to benefit OSU's Counseling Services who, in turn, assist many students, faculty and staff as they deal with grief and depression.
In the past ten years of the "Remember the Ten" Run, over $200,000 has been provided to OSU Counseling Services.
A new outcome of the "Remember the Ten" Run support is the establishment of a Scholarship Program for OSU Masters and Doctoral students pursuing studies in counseling, psychology and family therapies. Read more about it here.
Check Presentation to OSU Counseling