Since 1991, LewerMark has tailored programs to fit the health insurance needs of international students and the institutions where they study. Our experience managing international student insurance programs allows us to offer a range of plans that are easy to use and to understand. With insurance in place, students can minimize their risk of surprise out-of-pocket expenses that can devastate a budget. Our programs allow them to budget for the known and avoid the shock of unknown perils.
Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines
All full-time international students in active F or J visa status currently enrolled in a SEVIS approved US institute of higher education. Exclusions:
Students studying at educational institutions in the states of New York, Maryland, and South Dakota are not eligible for this scholarship.
Employees and family members of employees of Lewer are not eligible to participate
Scholarship Application Instructions
Complete the included “Make Your Mark” Scholarship application.
Include an advisor recommendation letter. Any member of staff or faculty of the student’s school can serve as the advisor. Scholarship applications may be verified upon request.
Affidavit and Liability/Publicity Release. By checking the box on the attached application, students confirm and legally attest they have read these rules as well as the “Make Your Mark” Contest Affidavit and Liability/Publicity Release found in this document.
Submit Application, Essay and Advisor Recommendation Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The scholarship essay must be submitted in MS Word or PDF format and is required to contain a minimum of 750 words with a maximum of 1000 words.
Student’s application must be submitted by April 15.
The winner and advisor will be notified by May 5. The winners will also be posted on the LewerMark Facebook page, www.facebook.com/lewermark 8. There is no fee for entering the contest.
Essays are evaluated, and winners are selected based on the following criteria:
Vision (40%), Creativity (30%), Clarity (20%) and Advisor’s reason for nominating the student (10%).