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Burger King Scholars Program

$4,000

December 15, 2020

Awards Available: 4

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Burger King Scholars program has awarded $25.3 million in scholarships to more than 24,000 high school students, BK employees and their families across the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico since 2000. Students must have a strong academic record with a minimum 2.5 GPA, be passionate about serving the community and be a high school senior, Burger King employee, spouse/domestic partner or child of an employee. Residency or attending a college/university in Puerto Rico or Canada also applies. Recipients are notified in May. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • burgerkingscholars@scholarshipamerica.org
  • 507-931-8340

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joey baker  on 2/21/2020 5:53:18 AM

I'm not a senior I'm going to be a freshman and need some help paying for St Edwards High School. I really want to go here the experience alone would be amazing I am a straight A student and want to become more in life. Can you please help.

Andrea H  on 12/29/2019 9:49:07 PM

I plan on attending Alverno college to obtain my BSN. I want to have an excellent career and job, not only to have a good future, but to also give back to all those who've helped me along my journey and many more. I plan on using the money to help pay for my college expenses. I know my parents can only help me so much. My parents grew up in Mexico and they both came from very poor families. Our family is humble. Everything we have came with a sacrifice. They have taught me to be diligent and a hard-worker. I do not take anything for granted. And I look up to my parents a lot, their impact is profound, I seek their guidance and I hope to make them proud. I want to use this money to advance my medical education. With the education I receive, I will go on to help many people and make a difference in their lives.

lianne swanson  on 10/3/2019 12:02:22 PM

I know it says you have to be a high school senior but I'm not and I'm already enrolled into a diesel technical school. I'm straight A student and it'd be great if I could sign up for this. Could that be possible?

Christine G.  on 8/21/2019 5:42:30 AM

is this scholarship only available for students living in US?

Delia M  on 1/3/2012 10:24:48 AM

Yes,? because I would like to earn money, so I can pay for my financial needs in college.

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