- Renewable: Yes
- Number of Awards: 1
- Award Amount: $1,000
- Website: http://www.concordnow.com/scholarship/
- Phone: 844-693-7446
- Fax: Not Available
- Email: email@example.com
- Address: Not Available
A yearly $1,000 scholarship for students beginning their undergraduate degrees or already in their first year of study in order to assist them learn about common contract terms and conditions.
Concord (The Contract Success Platform) is an organization assisting people from various businesses and industries to create, sign and file contracts.
The annual scholarship they offer aims to increase students’ contract literacy, i.e. to help them become familiar with contract terms and conditions as preparation for their future careers as well as personal lives.
It is targeted to American citizens about to begin their studies in colleges or universities or to students already in their first year of study.
For being successful, candidates must demonstrate previous scholastic excellence (through their high-school transcripts and letter of recommendation), as well as capacities for independent thinking and for expressing themselves coherently in writing (through the mandatory essay they have to submit).
The amount of the scholarship is $1,000, the application deadline is August 25, 2019 and the winners will be notified by phone on September 2, 2019. The awards will be payed to the winners’ universities.
- American citizens currently entering college or university in the United States
- They need to maintain a GPA of at least 3.5.
- Work experience is not mandatory, but is a plus
Previous winners of this scholarship are NOT eligible to apply.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit by email (with the subject: 2019 Scholarship Submission – (First & Last Name)):
- A cover letter containing their contact information (name and surname, phone, email, address, the college they are applying to, major, extra-curricular activities, work experience) and a statement of motivation
- A photograph
- A letter of recommendation from a professional
- High-school transcripts
- A scanned college or university enrollment proof
- An essay (minimum 1000 words) describing the top five things people entering adulthood should know before signing their first contract