The Yum! Andy Pearson Scholarship Program
- Website Address
- Scholarship Director
- One Scholarship Way
- P.O. Box 297
- Saint Peter, MN 56082
- Email Address
- Application Deadline
- May 15, 2017
- Number Of Awards
- See Description
- Maximum Amount
- Scholarship Description
- Yum! is committed to providing opportunities for education. The Yum! Andy Pearson Scholarship Program, named in honor of the founding Chairman, was created to support growth and development through individual scholarships. The program is administered by Scholarship Management Services, a division of Scholarship America. For full details on scholarship submission and criteria, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
-All active U.S.-based Yum! Company employees and its subsidiaries, (inc. KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, Long John Silver's and A&W) with a minimum of 6 months of continuous employment with Yum! or its subsidiaries (collectively "Yum!") and an average of at least 15 hours worked per week over this 6-month period. At this time, employees of franchise restaurants are not eligible.
-High school seniors, HS graduates, students who have earned their GED or students currently enrolled in full-time or part-time study (minimum 3 credit hours) at an accredited two-year or four-year college, university, vocational-technical school or graduate school
-Must have a minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA
-Legal dependents of eligible Yum! associates are eligible. Legal dependents include your legal spouse and unmarried children under the age of 19 (or under 25 if the child is a full-time student).
-Associates must remain employed by Yum! as of the date that the scholarship is paid
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