The MyUS.com Community Scholarship is a global annual scholarship that will provide select eligible students with financial assistance as they earn their degrees. To qualify for scholarship consideration, eligible students should write a 500-word essay detailing how self-reflection, introspection and community outreach have affected their choices in life, including what to study, which university/college to attend and which career they will pursue after graduation.
Eligibility Criteria /Scholarship Guidelines
How to Apply:
To enter, visit the website or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Your essay (attached as a document or included in the body of the email).
A photo of yourself (image must feature you alone, without other people).
Any additional relevant information you feel will help tell your story.
Any submissions not received through this email will be disqualified.
If you’re having trouble submitting your essay, please contact us for assistance.
Essays will be reviewed and the recipient will be selected based on the student’s ability to communicate their story as it relates to the questions above and to the overarching theme of the scholarship, as well as the thoughtfulness of their essay.
To apply for the scholarship, the applicant must be a student currently enrolled at an officially recognized, accredited college or university. Students who are not currently enrolled but have been accepted to attend may be eligible if they are registered with the college or university.
Incoming and Current Students: Eligible students must currently be in good standing with their respective university, college or high school.
Students who have been suspended, are on academic probation or have otherwise violated any university/college rules will be disqualified.
Applicant must either be accepted to a qualifying university/college or currently enrolled in an undergraduate/graduate program
If the applicant or the applicant's parent/legal guardian is employed by MyUS.com at the time the scholarship is granted, the student will be considered ineligible.
Eligibility of finalists will be verified before winners are selected.
The institution must be accredited and recognized by the government in which the university is established. Any students who attend universities/colleges that do not fit the criteria will be disqualified.