According to the website, eligibility is decided on financial need, school and community activity, educational and career goals, and self-motivation. Scholarships are awarded to seniors just entering the post-secondary institution of their choice all over the country. Applicants must apply online.
At the time of application, the applicant is required to confirm additional financial resources adequate to meet her estimated expenses. Examples of additional resources are personal and family funds, tuition waivers, work scholarships, teaching assistantships, study grants and other scholarships. The scholarship can be renewed once.
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For the undergraduate scholarship, the candidates must have completed their sophomore year of college (or 60 semester hours or the equivalent by time of scholarship award), and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Applicants for this scholarship will also be reviewed on the same things as two-year students. Both scholarships have one online application to print out and complete, along with an essay. Transcripts are required for both scholarships.
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My academic results put me in the top 8% of the total population of students that took the SAT’s for this upcoming class and my academic records in a French school are impeccable.
My vision is to study Development Economics in an international environment in order to someday undertake the challenge of helping my region working with International Development instances, agencies or government departments to get closer to the Millennium Development goals of our country.
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The purpose of my email is to request your guidance on where to find the additional scholarships, grants or student aid programs that could come from either the Government, NGOs that support the education of young women or Development Initiatives in Latin America.
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My name is Rebeca Salazar. I am a Latin young woman and a Christian. I am Salvadoran and I was recently accepted to study in NYU Shanghai which holds one of the lowest acceptance rates for universities all around the globe. With my acceptance in NYU Shanghai I was also offered around 30% of my tuition fee in scholarships and grants. However, my parents are still not able to cover the rest. In spite of my economical situation, I feel that I have to strive to find a way to seize this precious opportunity as I know that I am the first Salvadoran to be accepted and I am committed to myself and to my community to make the most out of this.
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I come from a Hispanic family of 16. There’s only 13 alive though that I believe are here for a reason. I believe that everyone is here for a purpose. My purpose in this life is to show my 3 children that no matter where life takes you, you got to take matters into your hands. You want something, you got to fight or strive hard. Never give up! I have Epilepsy for now almost 15 years which is what had slowed me down quite a bit. Want to prove to everyone though that I can do it because anyone believes that because of my condition I cant accomplish anything and that I should just retire. Not going to happen. I NEED YOUR HELP. PLEASE HELP THIS HAPPEN. THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR TIME AND EFFORTS.