Scholarship for Orphans


Custom Essay Meister

Description

We at CustomEssayMeister believe that many bright students are buried in various life circumstances that hinder them from reaching their full potential, and we would like to help. We are offering financial aid to students who come from parentless or single-parent households, and to those who are supporting their own schooling worth up to $1,000 for any educational purpose such as tuition fees, student loan, textbooks, or any required equipment. We would like to give you a chance for your educational right because in this rapidly changing world, education is the key that unlocks life’s great opportunities.

Other Criteria

We are offering a $1,000 worth of financial aid for those in need. The applicant must be: High school or College student with at least one academic year left to fulfill Half-orphan or orphan (lost one parent or both) Aged 17 to 22 years old

Amount

$1000

You must be studying in one of the following countries:

Unrestricted

Deadline

August 15

You must be from one of the following countries:

Unrestricted

Number of Awards

1

You must be studying one of the following:

Unrestricted

Includes

Send us a message informing us of your interest. Our operators will then contact you on how you will proceed for the other requirements. 2. An essay on why you need the financial aid of at least 300 words (to a maximum of 800 words only). 3. Deadline of application is August 15. 4. An essay on any one of the following topics (must be (a) 800 to 1,000 words only, (b) in English language, and (c) 100% original - you can cite your sources using any academic style): “Is there a need for a better education system in your country?” “Do grades still matter?” “How important is student diversity and learning and experiencing other cultures to education?” “Can Third World countries still catch up with the competition with regard to academic excellence?” “What are the qualities of the 21st century global student?” “21st century information discernment: is the Internet a boon or bane?”

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