Softball is a fantastic sport that has positively impacted many people’s lives. Youth softball can do miracles for both the brains and bodies of its athletes. Sports provide significant advantages to children of all ages. Softball and other team sports allow being energetic while learning life values that will remain with a person as they traverse high school, college, their first job, and their first raise.
Playing team sports benefits children’s academic performance, mood, and sleep. And that is before you consider the physical fitness requirements of the sport. To encourage student’s participation in softball, Babe Ruth League, Inc. has launched a brilliant Jaime Horn Memorial Softball Scholarship for a second-semester freshman college student who played Babe Ruth Softball at one time. The program’s goal is to help Babe Ruth Softball players accomplish their goals. Softball scholarship recipients will receive up to $1,000 in funding.
The late Babe Ruth Softball National Commissioner, Jaime Lynn Horn, adored the program she oversaw. She saw the softball field as an extension of the classroom, and she thought that the principles acquired via involvement in the sport might have a huge influence on student-athletes as they prepare to become tomorrow’s leaders. Jaime’s family, acquaintances, and the Babe Ruth Leagues she served founded the Jaime Horn Memorial Softball Scholarship to honor her life and help Babe Ruth Softball participants accomplish their goals. Babe Ruth League, Inc., a non-profit educational organization named after one of baseball’s greatest players of all time, George Herman “Babe” Ruth, has come a long way since its humble beginnings over 60 years ago.
Babe Ruth Softball was added to the Babe Ruth League, Inc.’s schedule in 1984. Babe Ruth League, Inc. saw the need for a high-quality national softball program and created the program. The softball program was created to focus on young female players of all skill levels, giving them the same engaging sports experience as the baseball divisions. Above everything else, the Babe Ruth League, Inc. activities are of, by, and for youth. It aims to produce better citizens by properly supervising competitive baseball and softball, including fostering mental and physical growth. The primary consideration is setting standards, enacting regulations, and all planning best for the participants.
|Organization||Babe Ruth League, Inc|
|Educational Level||second-semester freshman collegiate student|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Application Deadline||September 1, 2021|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
Any applicant that meets the required criteria are eligible to enroll in this program:
This scholarship is accessible to student-athletes who are second-semester freshman collegiate students and have played Babe Ruth Softball one time.
How to Apply
To apply for Jaime Horn Memorial Softball Scholarship, please view and print this file: https://baberuthleague.org/media/15992/jhscholarship.pdf. Applicants must complete the 13 questions on a separate page and staple their typed responses to the form. Make sure you enter the question above each response. Also, attach one letter of recommendation from someone who has had an impact on your life and post/mail it to:
Jaime Horn Memorial Softball Scholarship of Babe Ruth League, Inc.
1670 Mercerville-White Horse Road
Trenton, NJ 08619
The Babe Ruth League, Inc. organization awards a $1,000 scholarship to winning applicants each year. This scholarship will be granted in the second semester of the recipient’s first college year. The winner may spend the prize in any way they see fit.
The application deadline for this scholarship is September 01, 2021. Post your application as soon as possible for better consideration.