JWU ProStart Scholarship

$1,000

Deadline Varies

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • The JWU ProStart Scholarship is awarded to accepted incoming students who participated in a ProStart curriculum. This award is renewable up to four years and can be used at all campuses. The amount of scholarships awarded for participation in specific high school curricula is limited to one per student. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • 8 Abbott Park Place
  • Providence, RI 02903
  • 800-342-5598
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Ravyn L.  on 10/5/2020 12:12:38 PM

I am a senior in high school. I'm currently in need of scholarships and I want to apply. I want to go to Baker College of muskegon to study Baking & Pastry and Business. My goal is to open my own cafe in the future. Im hoping to hear back soon.

Janice Perez-Gomez  on 5/21/2020 6:39:43 PM

I am in financial need for college. I am a senior in high school. I saw your scholarship and am interested in applying for the scholarship. I want to go to Johnson and Wales to study Culinary Arts and hospitality. My dream is to become a chef and have my own restaurant some day. I do not have parents I am working hard on my own, to reach my dreams. Hope to hear from you soon.

JASMINE L  on 1/14/2016 1:15:46 PM

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