2022 Community Bank Case Study Competition has been launched by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS). Student groups are invited to look at how community banking has developed over the previous ten years and what the future holds. The annual case study competition, accessible to undergraduate students in all disciplines of study, will be in its ninth year. The following scholarship will accept entries from full-time undergraduate students who are enrolled in school in the United States also demonstrate outstanding leadership and communication abilities and keep a record of co-curricular activity and community service
To perform innovative case studies, each student team will collaborate with a local community bank. Faculty advisors must submit a Statement of Interest by January 10, 2022, to be considered. The deadline for identifying and ultimately registering student teams to compete in the tournament is February 21, 2022. The scholarship will be given to the top three recipients.
The last case study competition was won by a team from the University of Tennessee at Martin, which focused on how community banks dealt with the Covid-19 outbreak and reinforced demands for financial institutions to encourage diversity and inclusiveness.
The Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) is a nationwide organization that brings together bank regulators from all 50 states, as well as American Samoa, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the United States Virgin Islands. State regulators oversee 79 percent of all banks in the United States, as well as a variety of non-depository financial services. The Nationwide Multistate Licensing System is run by CSBS on behalf of state regulators to license and register non-depository financial service providers in the mortgage, money services, consumer finance, and debt industries.
The quick information of the following scholarship can be read below:
|Organization||Conference of State Bank|
|Number of Awards||3|
|Application Deadline||February 21, 2022|
Who is Eligible?
The following scholarship requires a full-time undergraduate student to be enrolled in school in the United States also demonstrate outstanding leadership and communication abilities and keep a record of co-curricular activity and community service
How to Apply?
All qualified individuals can apply for this award by login onto the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) official website and accessing the scholarship application form. You may only apply for a chance to win a scholarship if you fulfill the qualifying conditions listed on the scholarship’s homepage.
Students will benefit from the scholarship since it will obtain significant first-hand experience in the financial business. The top three recipients will earn scholarships, and their work will be published in the Community Bank Case Studies Journal of the CSBS. The recipient of first place will also be asked to speak at the CSBS-Federal Reserve-FDIC Community Banking in the Twenty-First Century Research and Policy Conference.
The applications for this particular scholarship will close on February 21, 2022. Any entries received later this date will not be considered.