Do you have a refugee or immigrant background? Then here is the deserving opportunity for you to get your education funded. The Youthlinc is proudly announcing its unique Real Life Scholarship. Candidates who are high school seniors or college students of refugee or Immigrant background accepted to a college or university as a full-time student are welcome to apply for the scholarship. This is a need-based program open for students having a minimum of 2.5 GPA.
The goal of this scholarship is to offer some support to the students who have a refugee or immigrant background. This program is initiated to provide financial support to the students and encourage them to do better in their careers. The foundation understands the difficulties students face in completing their higher education and to provide them with some relief, the foundation has designed this scholarship.
Youthlinc with the mission of creating lifetime humanitarian is initiating a number of different programs to support the students struggling to complete their education. The foundation is looking forward to empowering the individuals who understand global and local needs and are committed to providing those needs through different services and partnerships. The foundation was started in 1999 by Judy Zone.
For more details about the scholarship explore the table below:
|Educational Level||University or college students|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||March 2021|
|Requirement||Application, Essay, LoR|
Who May Be Eligible?
Here are the requirements set by the foundation for this scholarship:
- Candidates who are high school seniors or college students of refugee or Immigrant background accepted to a college or university as a full-time student are welcome to apply for the scholarship.
- This is a need-based program open for students having a minimum 2.5 GPA.
- Applicants must be PELL eligible and must be Real life participant.
How to Apply
Applicants must apply for the scholarship through an online application form. Fellows should submit all the needed information with care. Please submit all the required materials with concern. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered for the scholarship. Fellows are responsible for the originality of the data they are providing.
- One or 2-page personal statement on your education and career goals.
- An unofficial transcript, photo ID; student ID or State ID or a drivers license.
- A recommendation form must be provided by the site supervisor, real-life intern or someone related.
Selected candidates will receive the award amount between $5000, $3000, $2000. This amount must only be used to pay their institutional expenses. This scholarship motivates their candidates to do better in their careers and maintain good academic standing in their overall careers. This scholarship is willing to promote philanthropism.
Applications for this scholarship are now open and due in mid-March. So, apply as soon as possible to be the winner.