African American college seniors pursuing a career in accounting should forget about their financial worries and head towards an amazing future. The Andersen Foundation is pleasingly offering their exceptional scholarship programs. Fellows should be an African American college juniors or seniors enrolled full-time at a four-year college or university to be eligible. Candidates must be majoring in accounting or alternate major with the intent of pursuing a career in accounting.
The Andersen Foundation is passionate towards helping the students make most of their careers through such exceptional scholarships. The Foundation has designed these scholarships to reduce the stress of the students’ expense and encourage them to achieve their career goals through hard work and dedication. The Foundation understands the students’ needs, and for supporting them focus and maintain their academic record, these scholarships are initiated.
The Andersen Foundation dedicatedly keeping the record high of good work by Elmer and Eleanor initiates wonderful programs standing on their beliefs of philanthropism. The Foundation is passionate about helping people with different innovative initiatives. The Foundation seek to invest in social change and improve quality of life while honouring the legacy of its founders. The Foundation is involved in various grantmaking.
Students must follow the table below for more details about the scholarships:
|Educational Level||High school senior, college and university students|
|Number of Awards||2|
|Application Deadline||January 13, 2021|
|Requirement||Application, Transcript, FAFSA, Essay|
Who May Be Eligible?
Check the criteria set for the scholarship to be eligible:
- Fellows who are African American college seniors pursuing a career in accounting are eligible.
- Applicants should be an African American college juniors or seniors enrolled full-time at a four-year college or university to be eligible.
- Candidates must be majoring in accounting or alternate major with the intent of pursuing a career in accounting.
- Students should have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
How to Apply
Interested students should log in at the portal to access the application. Every essential information must be provided without any negligence. Any late of invalid submission done through the application will directly be rejected. Do not submit late applications. Candidates are responsible for the originality of information they are providing. Please complete the FAFSA.
- FAFSA, 500-word essay of career interest in accounting and a current transcript with one recommendation letter is needed.
Two students will be selected to award the scholarship of award amount $4400. This amount should only be used to pay the educational needs of candidates like tuition, books, and other requirements. This program motivates students to make most of their educational years overcoming all the difficulties in their way.
The last date to apply for the program is January 13, 2021. Later no applications will be accepted to award scholarships.