1 For 2 Education Foundation Scholarship

🏆 Available: 10
💰 Amount Varies
⏳ 02/15

Scholarship Description

The 1 for 2 Education Foundation is seeking highly motivated students planning to attend accredited U.S. four-year colleges and universities to apply for its tuition scholarships. The Foundation’s unique scholarship program employs a “pay it forward” model that encourages scholars to take responsibility for their education. Persons awarded a grant by the Foundation commit themselves to “pay it forward” by agreeing to support the education of their fellow scholars.

The size of each grant is determined on the basis of tuition remaining after consideration of all other forms of tuition assistance obtained by the scholar.

Application closes after 500 complete applications are received or on February 15, whichever occurs first.

REQUIREMENTS:

> GPA must be at least 3.7 unweighted, 4.0 weighted

> An up-to-date official transcript from the student’s current school

> Agree to 1 for 2 Education Foundation Pledge

> Completed Application

> Applicant must be living in the United States but is not required to be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident

> The applicant’s chosen college or university must be located in the United States

> If selected for an interview, two letters of recommendation

Eligibility Requirements

  • 3.5 Minimum GPA
  • Type of institution award is open to: four-year college
  • Award is available to U.S. citizens

Application Requirements

  • Application form required
  • Transcript required
  • Interview required
  • Essay required
  • Recommendations or references required

How To Apply

Online

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Donor: 1 for 2 Education Foundation

1 For 2 Education Foundation credits their higher education for the opportunity they had in life and are determined to “pay-it-forward” in an innovative way. These successful entrepreneurs each had their lives transformed by their education. They recognized a need for exceptionally promising students to have access to scholarship funds to defray the cost of their post-secondary education.

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