NCCE National Co-op Scholarship Program
The National Commission for Cooperative Education, a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing high quality, college-level cooperative education, offers 175 merit co-op scholarships of $5,000 each, for a total renewable value of $4,500,000. These merit co-op scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors and community college transfer students who plan to participate in college cooperative education at one of the partner colleges and universities listed on the website.
Applicants must have a high school grade average of B+ or better and must complete the National Co-op Scholarship Program application including a typed, one-page essay describing the reasons she or he has chosen to pursue a college cooperative education program.
Early applications are highly encouraged!
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