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The Mike Molino RV Learning Center's Scholarship Program

$2,500

July 07, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Mike Molino RV Learning Center's Scholarship Program encourages deserving college undergraduates majoring in business, finance, economics, accounting or other RV industry-related subjects to apply for the award. Therefore a factor for awarding the scholarship is an applicant’s background of RV industry employment or a desire to work in the RV business after completing post-secondary education. RVDA members are able to offer this opportunity to their team specifically because of their employment in the RV industry. Dealer principals, their family and dependents, are not eligible. Eligibility: have a 2.8GPA and a 1050 minimum SAT score (1575 minimum on the 2400 point scale). A minimum ACT composite score of 22 is also acceptable; are rising sophomores, juniors, or seniors in college; provide a 500 word essay on their goals and objectives for attending college; submit a FAFSA form; and, demonstrate the ability and willingness to fund a portion of their educational expenses on their own. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • The RV Learning Center Board of Directors
  • Mike Molino RV Learning Center
  • 3930 University Dr
  • Fairfax, VA 22030
  • info@rvda.org
  • tel: 703-591-7130
  • fax: 703-591-0734

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