Nowadays, college education is affordable no longer. It has become a financial challenge, especially for those who come from a poor background. Pursuing higher education brings a financial burden that most of the students find it difficult to remove. The financial condition of students might get worst if their parents die, leaving little or no life insurance. Students who have lost their parents have to encounter more financial hardships during their college time than others. Keeping this fact in mind, Life Happens is now offering a wonderful funding program called “Life Lessons Scholarship Program”. To compete for this program, applicants need to be college students and college-bound high school seniors. They should be a legal resident of the United States or Puerto Rico.
Through this scholarship, Life Happens wants to recognize the character and perseverance that most of the students show in such a hard time. Losing a parent at a young age can be hard for any students. They have to struggle not only financially but emotionally. To ensure that such students don’t leave their educational dreams, Life Happens has initiated this thoughtful scheme. This scholarship will prove to be helping hand for students who are going through such a hard time in their lives. It will improve their financial condition and encourage them to not to give up on their goals no matter what the situation is. This is an annual funding program targeted at bringing difference in the Life of young students struggling to afford a college education due to the loss of a parent or guardian.
Life Happens is a non-profit company dedicated to making available unbiased information for people so that they can make smart insurance choices to protect their loved ones. This company offers equal access to important financial information and educational resources since it holds a firm belief in the equality of financial empowerment and education.
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|Educational Level||Undergraduate and graduate|
|Number of Awards||N/A|
|Application Deadline||March 1, 2021|
|Requirements||Essays or video|
Who May Be Eligible
If you meet these requirements successfully, then you are welcome to apply:
- Applicants must be between 17 – 24 years of age;
- Candidates should have experienced the death of a parent or legal guardian;
- Applicants will be attending college, university or trade school in the US or Puerto Rico in the upcoming fall semester;
- Aspirants must be pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree;
- Participants must be legal residents of the United States or Puerto Rico;
- No employees or household members employed by The Life and Health Insurance Foundation or its affiliates
- Candidates have parent’s or legal guardian’s permission to enter if under age 18.
How to Apply
To enter this program, candidates have to create an account or log in with their existed one through the online portal of Life Happens to access the online application form.
Applicants have to write down an essay of no more than 500 words or create a video of no more than 3 minutes on how the death of their parent or guardian impacted their life and describing the financial and emotional challenges you have experienced as a result of the death of a parent or legal guardian. Applicants also need to explain how the lack of adequate life insurance coverage impacted their family’s financial situation.
Successful candidates will get educational fund for their higher education. This fund will support them in covering their expenses and furthering their education. Students can easily pursue their college education and take their learning journey forward without facing any financial hurdles if they win this funding scheme.
The application deadline is March 1, 2021. If you are struggling financially as a result of the death of a parent or guardian, then done miss this opportunity.