Dickinson, in partnership with Reynolds, is excited to announce their Reynolds Leadership Scholar Program, which grants scholarship beneficiaries $160,000 toward their educational cost for eight semesters of full-time learning at the college or university. Beneficiaries must be top Maryland residents studying in a high school curriculum who can be pioneers at Dickinson, in their networks, and throughout the world. The grant is supported by George and Jennifer Ward Reynolds ’77. As Dickinsonians, Reynolds Scholars will take part in unique programming with Jennifer, incorporating significant cooperations with Maryland-based pioneers across all enterprises, initiative training and mentorship with Dickinson graduated class, and a yearly supper with school authority, facilitated by Jennifer and George.
Now in order to be considered for the following grant, the candidate must be a legal resident of Maryland and a student who is currently attending any high school in the state of Maryland. As for participating in the following scholarship, the candidate will have to pen down a 250-300 words essay on the subject given: Leadership can come in many forms. Please provide an example of a leader you admire, speaking to the inherent leadership qualities. Through your essay, you can show your leader’s perspective and tell everyone what, according to you, is an important quality of the leader. Applicants must submit their applications and essay before January 15, 2022.
In 1783, Benjamin Rushset up Dickinson College with the purpose of giving an alternate sort of liberal arts education. Here, understudies are urged to be effectively drawn in with the more extensive world and tested to think contrastingly and act strongly. Dickinsonians are directed by a centre arrangement of principles—to be conclusive, valuable, inquisitive, and unafraid to face challenges. They produce basic masterminds who perceive how everything is associated. Graduates are everlastingly prepared and trained to have an impact.
|Education Level||High school|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Application Deadline||January 15, 2022|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
To be eligible for the following scholarship, the applicants must be legal residents of Maryland and students who are currently attending any high school in the state of Maryland.
How to Apply?
To participate in the following scholarship, the candidate will have to complete the application form given on the portal. Additionally, the candidates are required to pen down a 250-300 words essay on the subject given:
Leadership can come in many forms. Please provide an example of a leader you admire, speaking to the inherent leadership qualities that they possess.
The Dickinson will be reviewing all the submissions done by the candidates. The candidates with the most suited essays will be considered as the final Reynolds scholars. The Reynolds scholars will be awarded $160,000 in total toward tuition for eight semesters of full-time study at the college.
Applicants must submit their applications and essay before January 15, 2022. No applications submitted before this date will be rejected straightforwardly.