The Geri Wolff Scholarship Fund offers a $5000 award to a young woman who is committed to majoring in computer sciences, digital design and other digital signage related fields.
The scholarship program is available thanks to the generosity of the DSF Education Committee.
The award may be used to pay the tuition for university education as well as to pay for DSF student membership or DSCE certification for students prior to graduation.
One thing that bothers all those interested in the Geri Wolff Foundation Scholarship is whether they are eligible or not.
The committee has the job to determine the award criteria and the award amounts, which might vary from year to year.
So as to be considered eligible, the applicant has to be enrolled full time in an accredited college or university with a declared major in computer sciences, digital design, and other digital signage related fields.
The applicant has to be a female, in good standing with a minimum 3.0 cumulative overall GPA on a 4.0 scale.
Eligible applicants are highly encouraged to apply.
How to Apply
Those applicants who have determined their eligibility and want to know how to apply should keep on reading, as we are providing you with the application details:
You are advised to compile all application materials prior to filling out the application form, as you will need them.
The application form for the Geri Wolff Foundation Scholarship should be submitted with the link to a video of yourself explaining why you think you are a candidate for this award.
The video should not be too long and it should be about your qualifications, interests and future goals.
Then, you will be asked to upload your transcript as well as letters of recommendation written by professors and an essay, 500 words long and typed.
The deadline for the application submissions is February 28th.
Scholarship Committee will review all application materials once the application procedure finishes and will determine the most deserving candidate.
The selection criteria will be based on the academic record, professional references, and commitment to a career in the field of computer sciences.