The Gordon A. Rich Memorial Foundation

$50,000

February 20, 2019

Awards Available: 7

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Gordon A. Rich Memorial Foundation (GAR) has established the Gordon A. Rich Memorial Scholarship Program to support the higher education goals of exceptionally qualified high school students whose parents work in the financial services industry.

    Eligibility:
    -Be dependent children of full-time employees who are in good standing with the financial services companies for which they work
    -Must be currently enrolled high school seniors who plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited four-year college or university
    -Must have a minimum cumulative 3.5 GPA
    -Must demonstrate financial need

    This scholarship is renewable up to four years.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Joyce Gross
  • 399 Park Avenue
  • 4th Floor
  • New York, NY 10022
  • info@GordonRich.org
  • 516-428-6350

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Abby S  on 2/14/2018 12:16:46 PM

Yes, I did apply for this scholarship because I could really use the money for books and boarding expenses. This is considering the fact my mom is putting two children through college by herself.

Emily M  on 1/31/2018 7:01:50 PM

If my mom works for a hospital and part of her job is financial with regards to insurance and copays, would I qualify for this scholarship?

Christopher G  on 1/30/2018 4:39:53 PM

My father works for the US Mint, Treasury. Does this qualify as financial service?

Joseph K  on 10/4/2016 9:42:09 PM

I could not apply because my mother is unemployed. Wouldn't it make more sense to give scholarships to the applicants whose parents do not work?

Arely V  on 12/26/2015 2:10:25 PM

I could not apply for this scholarship because my mother does not work in a financial service industry

Josh H  on 2/17/2015 3:52:13 PM

I'm going to apply for the scholarship. I've kept my grades up for the last 4 years and plan to do the same when I'm in college.

Erica W  on 12/22/2011 10:08:22 AM

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