The GSBA Scholarship Fund

$13,000

January 11, 2021

Awards Available: 50

  • Scholarship Description
  • GSBA awards educational scholarships to LGBTQ and straight-ally students who are committed to making a difference in the world. Our scholarships range up to $13,000 annually and are meant to provide significant support as you pursue your educational goals.

    As a GSBA Scholar, you will receive money for tuition and fees mailed directly to your university/college and become a part of our growing scholar family and form lasting bonds with other LGBTQ change makers have access to leadership development training and skill building. GSBA Scholars are supported by over 1,300 LGBT and allied business leaders, small business owners, elected officials, nonprofit executives, educators and corporate partners. As a GSBA Scholar, you are receiving more than a monetary award. Scholars are chosen for their proven leadership skills, strong academic achievement and commitment to making a positive difference in the world. We want you, as a GSBA scholar, to take advantage of the many resources available to you through our membership and community connections. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 400 E Pine Street
  • Ste 322
  • Seattle, WA 98122
  • scholarship@thegsba.org
  • tel: 206-363-9188
  • fax: 206-568-3123

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