CFBTA Finance Scholarship

The CFBTA Scholarship Program consists of four $2,500 scholarship grants for students interested in a career in the financial services industry. All college students and prospective college students are eligible to apply. Applicants will be selected on a yearly basis based on merit, essay and financial need.


To be considered for one of the scholarships, applicants must use this format, follow the guidelines and include all requested materials. Students are eligible for the scholarship program if they:
- Are currently enrolled or plan to be enrolled in an accredited college for the upcoming fall semester
- Have expressed a clear interest in the financial services field
- Submit official signed transcript of high school or college grades, including GPA
- Have a completed application and essay
- Submit supporting documentation of financial need, including W-2

Winners will be announced on August 30th. Please send completed application to:

Commodity Floor Brokers & Traders Association
Attn: Erica Reilly
1137 Kolbe Lane
West Chester, PA 19382

For more information, please visit our website or contact the CFBTA at info@cfbta.org

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