Bernt Anker Sons of Norway Scholarship 2017

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Scholarship Overview

Bernt Anker, Sons of Norway member since 2005, feels deeply that college students without parents should have the same opportunity and support as students who come from a two parent household. It is thanks to Mr. Anker’s generosity that this four-year scholarship is possible.

Who can apply:

  • American citizens who have applied to or are enrolled in an accredited, four-year, post-secondary institution or a two-year community college with the intent of continuing toward an undergraduate degree in the US.
  • Those who have a certificate of completion from high school or are about to graduate from high school.
  • Those who are between the ages of 17-25 years old.
  • Preference will be given to students without parents or to students raised by single parents.
  • Candidates may only receive two Sons of Norway scholarships in a five-year period.

Criteria:

  • A short autobiography, 150 words or less
  • An essay of 500 words or less
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • For students without parents: We require one recommendation letter verify your situation, on institutional letterhead from either:
    • your high-school guidance counselor, or
    • an official office of your college (such as the financial aid or bursar’s office).*For a full set of the scholarship criterial please see the full scholarship guidelines

How do I apply?

Applications are only accepted via our online portal at www.sonsofnorway.com/scholarships.

What is the deadline for this scholarship?

The deadline for submission of the completed application and all required elements is APRIL 10, 2017.

Full scholarship guidelines.

(Revised 02/2017)

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