- Deadline: 08/31/2020
- Renewable: Unknown
- Number of Awards: 1
- Award Amount: $1,000
- Website: https://k9carts.com/scholarship/
- Phone: 800-578-6960
- Fax: Not Available
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: 1796 Main Street Suite #103 Freeland, WA 98249
K9 Carts is looking to inspire the next generation of animal lovers by sponsoring a $1,000 scholarship.
They want to support young learners with financial difficulties as every year the cost of college just keeps increasing.
They have included Social Media in this program due to its great power to reach more people and to create an impact on a much greater scale.
This award is available to students entering the field of Veterinary Medicine, both undergraduate and graduate levels.
Minimum GPA Requirement is 2.50 and the eligible fields of study are Veterinary Medicine or related field at any accredited university or college in the U.S.
How to Apply
Once you determine your eligibility, you are supposed to follow the application instructions so that you can submit the application form successfully.
First, you will have to create a YouTube video indicating your volunteer work or community service. It is very important to emphasize your leadership role and the impact it has on the community you work with.
Then, you need to provide the scholarship committee the link of your YouTube video, make it available to be viewed by the public and include a well thought out and thorough video description with a link back to K9carts.com.
Furthermore, you are supposed to write an essay and respond to one of the essay questions below and email it to email@example.com with the following information on the cover page:
Year in School
List of community/volunteer work involvement:
- Other social media platforms
There are two essay questions and you are supposed to choose and answer one in less than 3 pages.
As a future veterinarian, how will you incorporate human psychology into your practice? What do you feel will be the biggest challenge when interacting with human caregivers?
As a future veterinarian, what pros and cons do you see emerging in the quality of pet care if individual vet practices continue to get bought-out by veterinarian hospitals? Would you want to work in a corporate-owned animal hospital? Why or why not?
If you happen to be the scholarship winner, you will be contacted by e-mail in September and the scholarship check will be sent directly to your financial aid office.