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Coastwise Prize for Investing Excellence Scholarship

$2,500

January 10, 2019

Awards Available: 6

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The mission of the Coastwise Prize Scholarship is to promote and inspire financial education among students to help them become more competent, aware and wise when managing personal finances and investments. By creating an incentive for students to research and explore these important lifelong money management concepts, the Coastwise Prize for Investing Excellence will assist in developing today's youth, fostering intelligent, integrity-based thought and decision-making processes relating to their financial futures.

    The Coastwise Prize for Investing Excellence Scholarship is available to sophomore, junior and senior students who are enrolled in the four qualified La Jolla, CA high schools:
    -La Jolla High School
    -La Jolla Country Day
    -The Bishop's School
    -The Preuss School

    Essays must be typed, 1,000 words or less, and will be judged on the following criteria:
    -Intellectual Content (original, thought-provoking)
    -Topic Relevance
    -Passion
    -Organization, presentation, and style

    For more information and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Joclyn Sanford
  • 888 Prospect Street
  • Suite 201
  • La Jolla, CA 92037
  • 858-454-6670

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