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SAVE [USA] Education First Scholarship

Scholarship Description

HOW IT WORKS
Since 1996, Education First has awarded over $800,000 in scholarships.
Scholarships from Education First are valid up to seven years after high school graduation and can be applied to tuition or books.
We send the full scholarship directly to the college/university in the first term, allowing scholars to work with their financial aid office and determine which years (or terms) to apply the award.
Scholars can request a different payout schedule, as it is not our intent to affect their overall financial aid package.
If a scholar transfers, they request unused funds to be returned to Education First and funds are re-directed to their new school.

Field of Study

  • Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
  • Architecture and Construction
  • Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications
  • Business Management and Administration
  • Education and Training
  • Finance
  • Government and Public Administration
  • Health Sciences
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Human Services
  • Information Technology
  • Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security
  • Manufacturing
  • Marketing
  • Other
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
  • Trades
  • Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics

Additional Information

  • Type Of Award: SCHOLARSHIP
  • Amount: 5000.00
  • Application Deadline: 15-Mar (Currently Closed)
  • Level Of Study: UNDERGRADUATE
  • Automatic Consideration: NO
  • Renewable: YES. PAYOUT SCHEDULE CAN VARY.
Contact Information

4701 SW Admiral Way
#149
Seattle, WA 98116
Phone: (509) 356-1739
Email: info@educationfirst.org

Schools
Minimum Requirement

For the 2018/2019 high school year, we will be offering the following awards:
Two $5,000 college scholarships in each of our chapter cities
Every recipient provided access to a professional college coach
Students must be a senior at one of our participating schools to apply. Selected applicants will be invited to participate in an interview before we make a final decision. We are not necessarily looking for the "straight A" student, but rather one who can overcome obstacles and be successful in college.