The Earnest Operations LLC is delighted to invite you to apply for the ongoing annual scholarship fund programs aimed at supporting students in the United States. The academic grant is open to 50 deserving students currently enrolled or looking to enroll in undergraduate or graduate degree programs in the United States.
To stand a chance of winning the $250,000 Earnest scholarship fund, interested applicants are required to articulate how their education would improve the lives of the average American. Why do you need funding to complete your study? How would your education and your chosen career improve your life? What’s in for your immediate society and the world at large? These are some of the questions you need to answer to stand a chance of selection for this scholarship.
Earnest Operations LLC is a fintech company with headquarters in San Francisco. The company is known to provide financial assistance in form of loans to Americans and permanent residents. Ernest is regarded as one of the best money-lender institutions in the US for a handful of reasons. Its flexible repayment strategy gives it an edge above its close competition.
In order to give back to society in lieu of many years of financial success stories, Earnest Operations LLC awards grants to 50 deserving undergraduate and graduate students. The program is the company’s way of helping you realize your academic ambition. If you think you have a strong case and stand a chance of winning the grant, then see more details below and apply accordingly.
Host University/ Country – Any Title IV accredited, not for profit U.S college or university
Academic level – Undergraduate or graduate level
Discipline – Any field of study tenable at accredited colleges or universities
Scholarship Award – $250,000
Nationality – US citizens and international students
Eligibility Criteria for the Scholarship Fund
- Applicants are to be enrolled or soon to be enrolled into a full-time program at the scholarship accredited colleges or universities
- Applicants are to submit an essay of 800–1,000 words answering one of the following questions:
- How would your college education help you achieve your goals?
- How has your education contributed to who you are today?
June 30, 2021 (annually)
How to apply
Visit the official scholarship page to learn more and apply accordingly.