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Thomas G. Labrecque Smart Start Scholarship Program

  • Website Address
  • http://careers.jpmorgan.com/careers/programs/smart...
  • Contact
  • Smart Start Program Manager
  • Address
  • One Chase Manhattan Plaza
  • New York, NY 10005
  • Email Address
  • smart.start@chase.com
  • Application Deadline
  • January 1, 2017
  • Number Of Awards
  • 10
  • Maximum Amount
  • See Description
  • Scholarship Description
  • Each year, 10 high school graduating seniors across New York City become part of the Thomas G. Labrecque Smart Start Scholarship Program. Since 1992 the Scholarship program has had an impact on over 450 students throughout the five boroughs of New York City by providing education, work-related and financial benefits.

    Eligibility:
    -Be a high school senior
    -Be a NYC resident who attends a public, parochial, or private high school in one of NYC's 5 boroughs
    -Be planning to major in business, communications, computer science, engineering, liberal arts, or social science (life science majors are not eligible)
    -Have legal authorization to work in the United States (legal dependents of JPMorgan Chase employees are not eligible)

    In addition, students must apply to and be accepted at one of the following schools:

    -Barnard College
    -Baruch College
    -Brooklyn College
    -City College
    -Columbia University
    -Fordham University (Lincoln Center campus, Rosehill campus)
    -Long Island University (Brooklyn campus)
    -New York University
    -Pace University (Manhattan campus)
    -Polytechnic Institute of New York University
    -St. Francis College
    -St. John's University

    For detailed program information, requirements and application, please visit our website.

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