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Applications are now open for the Young Women’s Leadership Award college scholarships for high school senior women

For the 12th successive year, American Banker and Discover are the happy sponsors of the Young Women’s Leadership Award, a college scholarship provided to 2 finishing high school elders who have actually shown management capacity and scholastic success and are amongst the very first generation in their households to participate in college. The scholarship program will award each honoree with $5,000.00 towards the Spring 2023 term of their freshman-year tuition.

Eligibility
To be qualified for factor to consider, candidates need to be ladies finishing from high school in New York City, the very first generation in their household to participate in college, and registering in a certified, four-year college or university. The winner will be picked by American Banker’s scholarship committee based upon their shown natural management capability and evaluation of management capacity. Two awards of $5,000.00 each will be given in October 2022 for usage in the Spring 2023 school term.

Requirements

  • Résumé: Submit a trainee resumé that details any work experience, in-school or after-school activities, sports you take part in, and neighborhood participation.
  • Essays: Please send 2 essays of roughly 500 words each responding to the following 2 concerns:

a) Who is one leader you appreciate and why?
b) Please explain an occasion or experience in which you were hired to be a leader. How did you manage the circumstance? What did you gain from it?

  • Recommendations: Please send one recommendation letter from an instructor, assistance therapist or other grownup who understands you well. Ask your recommender to talk about the management abilities you have actually shown and their viewpoint of your management capacity.

Submit an application here. The due date is April 29, 2022.



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