Open to: Undergraduate, Graduate, and Incoming Students. Must be legal residents of the United States and Canada
Students are asked to submit a 750-1,000 word essay discussing their thoughts or ideas on how to help improve our community. You may use personal experience or experiences you’ve witnessed around you.
We encourage you to think outside of the box!
Applicants will be judged on originality, mindfulness, and research.
GPA and eligibility of the potential winner will be confirmed before scholarship is awarded.
Due Date: March 31st, 2019
For full scholarship details and application, click here.