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
Money Metals Scholarship
Money Metals Exchange, a national precious metals dealer recently ranked “Best in the USA,” has teamed up with the Sound Money Defense League to help qualified students pay for the ever-rising costs of higher education.
This scholarship will be 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.
Essays will be reviewed by a blue-ribbon committee of professors, economists, and executives of Money Metals Exchange and Sound Money Defense League. The panel will select two (2) undergraduate winners and two (2) graduate winners. All four (4) articles will be published on one or both organizations’ websites. The four (4) winners will have the opportunity to win the People’s Choice Award by sharing their published article on social media (Facebook, Twitter). The winner will be chosen based on which article gets the most “shares” or “retweets” within fourteen (14) days of the announcement of the winners.
Email address: email@example.com
Submission deadline: September 30, 2018
Award amount: Two (2) $2,000 awards. Two (2) $1,000 awards. One (1) $500 award.Application
Crush the CPA Exam Scholarship Program
This is an annual scholarship. Applicants must enter before November 30th, 2018 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
2018 GFFSP Scholarship
Who is eligible to apply?
Applicants for the Greensboro SFSP Foundation scholarship must be:
- In need of funds to enable the continued pursuit of a career in the financial services field.
- Committed to meaningfully improving the lives of those in our community who may be underserved by our profession as a result of their limited financial resources.
- A United States citizen or legal resident living in, or attending school in NC.
- A full or part-time student in their third year of study of a university or undergraduate college or final year of a community college program with a demonstrated ability to complete the program.
- Be pursuing a course of study 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.
What will be awarded?
Scholarship(s) in the amount of $1,000 with a one-year student or associate membership in the Greensboro Chapter may be awarded for the upcoming year. 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.
The number of scholarships awarded in a given year is at the discretion of the Greensboro SFSP Foundation based on available funds, the extent to which candidates meet eligibility requirements and the number of applications received. Based on these criteria, multiple, one or no scholarships may be awarded in a given year.
Additional awards of a one-year student or associate membership in the Greensboro Chapter for the upcoming year may also be made available for strong, eligible candidates not awarded the full scholarship due to limited scholarship funds available.
How do I apply?
To apply, you must 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 where you might see yourself in the future.
- Communicate why the scholarship is important to you, demonstrating a clear financial need for funds to aid in the pursuit of a career in the financial services field.
- Provide specific examples of a commitment to meaningfully improving the lives of those in our community who may be underserved by our profession as a result of their limited financial means, including why this is important to you.
As part of the application process, applicants must agree to a brief phone interview by a member of the Foundation Committee, should that be deemed beneficial.
When is the application filing period?
Applications will be available annually as of January 15th and can be submitted between February 1 and 11:59pm on April 30th.
How will I be notified?
All applicants will be notified of their status via email no later than June 15th. Acceptance of the scholarship must be communicated by July 1st.
When will the scholarship be paid?
The scholarship will be paid on or about July 1st.
Paid applications for membership in the Greensboro Chapter of the SFSP will be effective July 1, and must be completed by the winners of the award prior to that date.Application