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Datatel Scholars Foundation Scholarship

Oct 13, 2008

by Scholarships.com Staff

Outstanding students attending college at a Datatel client college or university are eligible for this week's Scholarship of the Week.  The Datatel Scholars Foundation offers three scholarship opportunities for undergraduate students and graduate students currently enrolled at least half-time at an institution serviced by Datatel (a list of eligible schools is available on the Datatel Scholars Foundation website).  The foundation offers a general award worth up to $2,400, an award for veterans worth $1,700, and a $2,000 award for returning students who have not been enrolled in college for five years or more.

Applicants for all three awards need to submit an online application, an 800-1000 word scholarship essay, information about civic involvement, and two letters of recommendation.  Students apply online, then have their applications reviewed by the Datatel scholarship committee at their institution.  Schools nominate up to five students whose applications are then judged at the national level.

Prize:

Datatel Scholars Foundation Scholarship: $1000-2400 depending on the cost of tuition at your institution.

Datatel Angelfire Scholarship: $1700

Datatel Russ Griffith Memorial Scholarship: $2000

Eligibility:

Datatel Foundation Scholarship: any undergraduate or graduate student currently enrolled at least half-time at a Datatel client college.

Datatel Angelfire Scholarship: students attending a Datatel client college who have served in the military in a combat situation.

Datatel Russ Griffith Memorial Scholarship: students attending a Datatel client college who are returning to college after an absence of five years or more.

Deadline:

January 30, 2009

Required Materials:

Completed scholarship application, available on the Datatel Scholars website, two letters of recommendation submitted online, an essay of 800-1000 words responding to the appropriate prompt for the scholarship for which you're applying, and information about your civic involvement.

Further details about the application process can be found by conducting a free college scholarship search on Scholarships.com. Once the search is completed, students eligible for this scholarship award will find it in their search results.

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