YOUTH FORWARD SCHOLARSHIP
Nobody could have convinced some people that voluntary services can fetch someone a $1,500 worth of Scholarship, but that is the case when it comes to youth forward scholarship.
The National Driving and Traffic School is a top-rated provider of drivers’ education online from California, as well as an online traffic school that meets all the requirements of the California Department of Motor Vehicles, but this is not the only amazing thing about this company, because there is a dimension of them that is giving back to the society through scholarship provision in form if the Youth Forward Scholarship.
This is an annual scholarship, introduced by the official National Driving and Traffic School website aiming to reward students involved in voluntary activities.
This scholarship is strictly based on the level of voluntary services offered by the students which would be made known to the providers of the scholarship through an essay off less than 500 words.
This would directly or indirectly encourage young students to render voluntary services to the society.
The applicant should write and submit an essay of less than 500 words (Word format), covering topics related to voluntarism.
The candidates should describe they chosen areas for volunteering and argue the reason of their choice, their responsibilities, the amount of time they dedicated to volunteering activities, and the challenges and satisfactions of such work.
Detailed information on how to write the essay can be found on the scholarship’s website.
This apparently exposes how this company values voluntary services, I believe they have come to realise that individuals no more offer services that do not directly or indirectly fetch them cash and that is why they’ve set up this scholarship opportunity to bring students ideology back to rendering selfless services to the society voluntarily, without seeking reward.
In America most high school has made it a must that high school students must be engaged in voluntary service in different strata before leaving the school to further their education, that is how the importance of voluntary service is increasing in the united states of America.
This scholarship seeks to reward a few deserving youth for his or her commitment to the spirit of volunteerism.
Remember: The application is handled in essay format.
This is a guaranteed scholarship because the national driving and traffic school announces this scholarship each year since it started.
The effect of this scholarship cannot be overemphasized because it has been recorded that since it started many high school students have been involved in voluntary services more than they’ve ever been, and credit is always directed to this company for bringing the ideology of free and voluntary services back to the united states.
Below is listed the requirements, eligibility, and deadlines for application.
LEVEL/FIELD OF STUDY.
Many scholarships are constrained to field and level of studies, which is justifiably their differences, and one of the things that make up their uniqueness.
The Youth Forward Scholarship has its own uniqueness, and difference but not in the field dimension, which explains that this scholarship is open to all field of study. All you need is an essay with concise explanation of the voluntary services you’ve rendered to the community, a proof of being enrolled in a high school, or undergraduate level.
This is a scholarship isolated for high school graduating students, and students already enrolled in an undergraduate study, and who are citizens of the united states of America.
People with permanent residence permit is equally eligible to apply.
Annually winners of this scholarship are rewarded with $500, where the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions would go home with $1500 shared between the three them.
Total worth of scholarship:$1500
Applicants must be currently enrolled in either High School, University or College as a full-time student (2015-2016 school year).
Employees and relatives of National Driving and Traffic School are ineligible.
There will be three contest submission dates. To be eligible for the contest submit your essay by one of the submission dates:
- April 1
- August 1
- December 1
HOW TO APPLY.
There are tons of scholarships that people don’t know anything about or even how to apply for them, not because they’ve not
heard about it, but because they don’t know how to apply for it, therefore application direction is one of the most important aspect of a scholarship, it doesn’t make sense to know about a scholarship without knowing how to apply for it, so it is crucial for one to pay attention to the listed details below and how to apply for this prestigious scholarship.
Applications can be sent three times per year. In order to participate in the contest, applicants should submit their essay by one the submission dates (May 1, September 1,December 1, 2018.
Candidates are required to fill a form on the scholarship website including all the relevant information and their essay.
At the time of the submission they should also include a picture of themselves.
Winners will be asked to provide proof of enrollment in high school, university or college.
Important deadlines are each year on May 1, September 1, December 1. The notification of the winners will be announced 30 days after each deadline.
QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED IN YOUR ESSAY / APPLICATION:
What is the area in which you have chosen to volunteer (e.g., homelessness, anti-drunk driving, youth art programs, etc.).?
Why did you choose it?
How many hours per year / week / month have you volunteered?
What are / were your responsibilities as a volunteer?
What has been your biggest challenge as a volunteer?
What has giving you the most satisfaction as a volunteer?
What have you learned from your volunteer position?
How are your interests and career goals in alignment with that volunteer focus, or perhaps not?
Looking towards the future, how do you see your activities as “forward looking?” What does “forward looking” mean to you?
What change do you seek to foster in the world via your volunteer activities?
If you were to come back in ten, twenty, or even thirty, years do you think your volunteer activities would have “made a difference?” How so?
Along with your submission please include a picture of yourself which will be posted on the site along with your essay.
Number of Awards: 3
Award Amount: $1,500
Phone: (510) 848-5508
Fax: Not Available
Email: [email protected]
Address: 64 Shattuck Square, Suite 285, Berkeley, CA 94704
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It’s also important to be decisive and act quickly when you find something you like because there’s a chance there are other people who like that apartment just as much as you.
That is why RentHop has developed a service that brings searching for a new apartment into the 21st century and modernizes all of the aspects of real estate.
The RentHop Apartment Scholarship is an annual scholarship that offers up to $3,000 a year to ambitious students who are currently studying in the US who show diligence and leadership which are highly valued at our company.
A scholarship of $1000.
A part-time or full-time internship with RentHop (this award is available to those students who have an appropriate degree
April 30, 2018
August 31, 2018
The winner will be notified within 30 days of each deadline.
Undergraduate students in bachelors and associate degree programs in the US, or high school seniors who are graduating and working towards a bachelor’s or associate’s degree.
HOW TO APPLY
Send an essay under 500 words to [email protected] where you will answer this question:
“Technology is changing every aspect of our daily lives, from searching for real estate to phones in our pocket that are more powerful than anyone would have imagined a generation prior. In the next 5 years, what do you feel will be the most profound changes that impact college graduates, their careers, and their personal lives? To what extent are those cultural and societal shifts aligned with your personal ambitions, your school degree program, and the RentHop values?”
Feel free to be as creative with your essay as you can, and answer the question as you like.
You must apply with the email address your school provided for you. If you don’t have one, you can apply with your personal email address, with an attached PDF file of your acceptance letter.
All contestants will have to be verified to be in an Undergraduate or Associates program.
The AFWA Foundation is looking to promote and advance education, as well as career development and leadership in the fields of accounting and finance.
Their goal is to help women achieve their desired career successes and decrease the barriers women face in accounting and financial professions.
Accounting and finance scholarships
This scholarship is open to the public and a membership in the AFWA isn’t required. However, your chances in winning the scholarship will increase if you’re endorsed by a member of AWFA.
Scholarships only for AFWA members:
All applicants have to have been an AFWA member for at least five consecutive years.
Mary Feeney Bonowitz PhD Scholarship: the scholarship for PhD candidates who are seeking a degree in accounting (Deadline
April 1, 2018)
Disaster Relief Dues Reimbursement – the scholarship for AFWA members who’ve experienced natural disasters in their hometowns, to assist them with the expenses of National and Chapter Membership Dues National Dues Reimbursement for Unemployed Members – the scholarship for unemployed AFWA Members, to assist them with the expense of National Membership Dues
All personal information you share with The Foundation of AFWA is safe and won’t be sold to third parties
Other Scholarships you can apply for:
The Paula Zanni Award: A few outstanding Undergraduate and Masters scholarship applicants will be chosen for this prestigious award.
Scholarships only for AWFA members:
For candidates who have passed all parts of the exam, this scholarship offers financial support for exam fees for one of the following certifications: CPA, CFP, CFE, CIA, CMA, or CVA
Wiley CPAexcel/CMA Review: Provides registration for a CPAexcel, CMA, or CIA Review Course.
Applications open each Fall
Students who are pursuing a degree in the fields of accounting,
You can apply for the:
Undergraduate Scholarship if you need support for attending the 3rd, 4th or 5th year
Master’s Scholarships if you’re enrolled in a master’s program in an accredited College or University
Diversity Undergraduate Scholarship if you’re a minority student attending the 3rd, 4th or 5th year
April 1, 2018
How to Apply
There are different application forms for each scholarship which have to be downloaded from the Foundation’s website.