The Middleton Family and MyComputerCareer are honored to offer

The Scarlett Sunshine Memorial Scholarship

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About Scarlett

In the summer of 2018, Scarlett Elizabeth Middleton was a vibrant five-year-old who loved dancing, swimming, playing with her brothers and sisters, and jigsaw puzzles. Though a little shy and soft-spoken, everyone who met her said she radiated joy.

To celebrate her fifth birthday on June 26, she took a special trip to Disney with her mom, Holly, and her grandmother, Libbie. Throughout the birthday weekend, Scarlett enjoyed being showered with love and gifts, which included a princess Ariel makeover at Disney World. Holly and Libbie said the smile never left Scarlett’s face the entire weekend.

Tragically, Scarlett's wonderful birthday trip would prove to be her last. Shortly after returning home to St. Petersburg, Scarlett suddenly became seriously ill with sepsis and passed away on July 12.

About the Scholarship

True to their goals of changing lives and keeping Scarlett’s memory alive, the Middleton family and MyComputerCareer are honored to offer qualifying members of the military community a chance to start a new career in the civilian world by going back to school, tuition-free.

The first of its kind in MyComputerCareer history, the Scarlett Memorial Scholarship awards two full-tuition scholarships at the start of each year. The application period runs toward the end of each year, from November 1st to December 31st.

Qualifying applicants will meet the following requirements:
  • Must currently possess U.S. military veteran status, be legally married to a person with veteran status, or qualify as a legal dependent of a person with veteran status
  • Must plan to use their scholarship to pay for tuition at MyComputerCareer only
  • The person with veteran status who is associated with this application must either be ineligible for veteran educational benefits or has utilized and exhausted these benefits

The scholarship recipients, chosen by Scarlett's parents, may use the scholarship to cover tuition costs at MyComputerCareer, where students can become an Information Technology professional in as little as four months, regardless of experience or skill level.

If you meet the criteria above and are interested in this unique opportunity, please click below to apply. Applications are only accepted from November 1st and through December 31st each year.

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About MyComputerCareer

MyComputerCareer is an innovative Information Technology (IT) career college in the US. With a core purpose of “Changing Lives” built on governing values of Ethics, Customer First, Love, and Excellence, MyComputerCareer is reshaping career education from the ground up.

Our accredited programs are offered at nine brick and mortar campuses in five states and LIVE ONLINE reaching students across the US and beyond. MyComputerCareer serves the needs of thousands of students annually while helping employers fill the skills gap, particularly in the on-demand specialties of Networking and Cyber Security.

MyComputerCareer has a long-standing commitment to US Military veterans and has been a partner of Lifetime TV's Military Makeover where they first came in contact with the Middleton family. It's our honor to offer this scholarship in Scarlett's memory.

Scarlett's Sunshine

In the wake of their tragedy, Scarlett’s parents, Aaron and Holly Middleton, felt compelled to keep their little girl’s gift of spreading joy alive. To this end, they organized a charity in their daughter's memory, which they named Scarlett’s Sunshine, with the purpose of bestowing acts of kindness to strangers in need. In keeping with Scarlett's love for flowers, the Middletons regularly visit hospitals and nursing homes where they hand out beautiful flowers and visit with patients.

More Sunshine

To learn more about the Middleton's charity, how to support it, sepsis awareness and more, please visit www.scarlettssunshine.com