External scholarships information
R. Gene Richter Scholarship Program for Undergraduate Students
The R. Gene Richter Scholarship program was established to develop high-potential undergraduate students into tomorrow’s supply management leaders. Its goal is to fast-track participants into the profession through a high-quality support base and access to a strong network. The scholarship is named in memory of R. Gene Richter who was a galvanizing force in the field of procurement. Richter led the supply organizations at The Black & Decker Company, Hewlett-Packard and International Business Machines; all three of these organizations won Purchasing magazine’s Medal of Professional Excellence. His thoughts, ideas, and practices transformed modern thinking in the emerging procurement field.
This scholarship supported by the R. Gene Richter Scholarship Fund at the Institute for Supply Management® and the R. Gene and Nancy D. Richter Foundation acts as a way of continuing his legacy and efforts to promote excellence within the profession.Application
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship
The Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship is a highly selective scholarship for the nation’s top community college students seeking to complete their bachelor’s degrees at four-year colleges or universities. Each Cooke Scholar has access to generous financial support for two to three years, college planning support, ongoing advising, and the opportunity to connect with the thriving community of fellow scholars.
Crush the CPA Exam Scholarship Program
This is an annual scholarship. Applicants must enter before November 30th, 2019 when the winner will be picked and announced.
In order to be considered for this scholarship you must be an actively enrolled college student in the last semester of obtaining your accounting degree or a recent graduate with a final cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher who plans on taking the CPA Exam.
Applicants can get more information through the given link: Crush the CPA Exam Scholarship ProgramApplication
GFFSP Scholarship (Greensboro Society of Financial Service Professionals)
- Scholarship(s) up to $1,000.
- Recipients are eligible to apply the following year.
- Must be a junior or senior in a 4-year degree program, or in the final year of a community college program for the year awarded.
- A GPA of 2.5 or higher.
- A United States citizen or legal resident living in North Carolina and pursuing a course of study at a North Carolina college or university that could lead to a career in the financial services field.
- Members or immediate family members of the Greensboro SFSP and/or the Greensboro SFSP Foundation are not eligible.
Application Filing Period:
- December 1 to April 30 each year.
Complete an application and write a short essay of 1,000 words or less including the following:
- Describe what led or motivated you to pursue an education in the financial services field, including your future goals.
- Communicate why the scholarship is important to you.
- Provide specific examples of your community involvement and how it has enhanced the lives of others through financial education or in other ways.
- Finalists will be contacted for a phone interview.
- All applicants will be notified of their status via email by June 15.
- Scholarship recipients must communicate acceptance by July 1.
- Scholarship recipients will receive a one-year associate local membership in the Society of Financial Service Professionals Greensboro Chapter.
- The cash award(s) will be paid directly to the educational institution or provided to the recipient after verifying the monies are a reimbursement for previously paid tuition.
John Fife Female Business Leadership Encouragement Scholarship
One scholarship of $10,000 will be awarded to a woman or female-identifying junior or senior at any accredited college or university who is pursuing a business-related baccalaureate degree. Candidates must be enrolled full-time and in at least the second year of a business-related undergraduate program when they apply.
The application package must include:
- One (1) recommendation from a faculty member in the major field of study.
- One (1) recommendation from an employer, volunteer supervisor, or academic advisor.
- An essay of 1000 words or less that clearly answers following questions:
- What modern living woman do you admire and why? What qualities about her contribute positively to the world of business
- How do you see the landscape of business changing in the next few years in regards to women in business and how would you like to contribute to advancing women in business in your future profession?
Inspiring Innovation Scholarship
Our company’s biannual $1000 scholarship is available to students of UNC Greensboro who can write an essay about upgrading a common everyday life product to make it either reusable, more environmentally clean, or time efficient.
Application Process and Eligibility Information:
- Applicants must be currently enrolled at an accredited college or university during the 2018-2019 academic year. Students of all majors are encouraged to apply.
- Two students will be selected to receive $1000 in scholarship funds based on their winning essay submissions on the 8th of June 2019 and 8th of November 2019 respectively.
- Scholarship funds can be used by the winner at their own discretion.
- To enter, applicants are encouraged to send their submission to email@example.com, along with their name, college/university, expected year of graduation, and intended major.
- The deadline for submissions is June 1, 2019 and November 1, 2019. The winners will be notified individually and announced on the website seven days after the end of each contest part.
Money Metals Exchange Scholarship Program
Money Metals Exchange, a national precious metals dealer, has teamed up with the Sound Money Defense League to help qualified students pay for the ever-rising costs of higher education.
- Open to high school seniors, undergraduate students, and graduate students with an interest in economics. You DO NOT have to be an economics major to be eligible to receive this scholarship.
Application Filing Period:
- September 30, 2019
Complete an application, provide proof of current attendance at a high school, college, or university (by submitting a transcript), and upload a current resume and essay. Essays should be roughly 1,000 words in length and should answer ONE of the following questions:
- How has the Federal Reserve System helped or hurt the American economy?
- Most economists, even those who support private property and free markets, think that money (or monetary services, or money and banking, etc.) is a special good that must be produced and controlled by the government. Do you agree or disagree, and why?
- How do you think the free market would handle money if there were no government intervention of any kind?
- How could America best return to a gold or bi-metallic standard?
- Undergraduate Student First Place: $2,000
- Undergraduate Student Runner Up: $1,000
- Graduate Student First Place: $2,000
- Graduate Student Runner Up: $1,000
- Additional People’s Choice Award: $500