APEX LIGHTING $500 SCHOLARSHIP
ABOUT THE APEX LIGHTING SCHOLARSHIP
We are excited to announce Apex Lighting's scholarship with the purpose of supporting undergraduate students enrolled in an accredited university within the United States; as well as high school seniors who have been accepted into a university program for the Winter of 2022.
The Apex Lighting scholarship provides a one-time reward of $500 to pay for tuition, books, computers, accommodation, and any other educational expenses.
We believe that everyone has potential given the right opportunities. As a way of giving back to the community, we've decided to support individuals working towards their future through education.
- Scholarship Name: Apex Lighting $500 Scholarship
- Deadline: November 15, 2021
- Scholarship Value: $500
- Available scholarship slots: 1
CRITERIA FOR APPLICANTS:
- Must be a legal resident of the United States or a holder of a valid student visa.
- Must be currently enrolled in or accepted to a full-time undergraduate program in an accredited U.S. university or college.
- Must be 18 years of age or older.
HOW TO APPLY:
If you are interested in applying for our scholarship, please write a 300-word essay about How will this scholarship help you?.
Essays must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org as an attached PDF file, along with your full name, address, contact information, school name, and date of birth.
Use the subject line: Lighting $500 Scholarship | (Your Name).
Only one submission per person is allowed. You must be able to prove your eligibility based on the above criteria.
By applying, you agree to allow Apex Lighting to use your photo and personal information for marketing purposes if you are the chosen candidate. Â The winner will be featured on our blog and social media accounts.
All written submissions become property of Apex Lighting and may be posted on our website, blog or social media accounts. You will NOT be added to our mailing lists by applying for this scholarship.
Cynthia Velasquez from Arizona State University
James Reed from Northern Arizona University