GHR Fellows Scholarship

$47,383

January 08, 2022

Awards Available: 10

  • Scholarship Description
  • The GHR Fellows Scholarship Program at St. Thomas is a transformational undergraduate experience for ten students pursuing careers in business. Fellows receive full-tuition scholarships to the University of St. Thomas and customized cohort programming designed to deliver impactful leadership experiences.
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    The scholarship covers full tuition and required fees for four years (and may, pending demonstrated financial need, include grant funds that assist with room and board costs). Recipients will get a fully funded J-Term study abroad experience, a customized four-year cohort program with other GHR Fellows, individual career coaching and preparation and service learning and social entrepreneurship opportunities as well as access to C-suite business, community and university leaders.

    We are currently accepting applications until January 8th. More information is available on the GHR Fellows Program website, including additional program details, student testimonials, and links to apply and to nominate prospective candidates.

    We are looking for high achievers - leaders in academics and service, creative problem solvers, and big thinkers. We want a cohort of doers-members who act with integrity, live inclusively, value difference, and are committed to the success of others. We seek Fellows from ALL backgrounds. We want applicants who will immerse themselves 100% in the experiences we have planned, and who will ultimately serve as engaged alumni – GHR Fellows for Life.

    Applicants must be incoming first-year students pursuing a business degree who demonstrates superior academic achievement (minimum 3.7 GPA) and are commitment to ethically minded, innovative, globally aware, and community-engaged business leadership. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Brad Pulles
  • 2115 Summit Avenue
  • Saint Paul, MN 55105
  • brad.pulles@stthomas.edu
  • 651-962-5843
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