Fly For Holidays $500 Scholarship Opportunity
Are you a college or trade school undergraduate who is looking for a scholarship opportunity?
At Fly For Holidays, we keep your all worries of organizing your trip at bay. You can trust our expertise to handle your vacation planning.We have sector specialists who meticulously work on travel destinations and develop the best itineraries through extensive research and get the best deals by capitalizing on our strong networks internationally as well as locally.
We believe in giving back to the society & there is no better way then giving education. We understand the importance of education & that is why we are introducing the Fly FOr Holidays Scholarship program, this program offers the opportunity for students to win a $500 scholarship toward their educational pursuits.
Students should submit a 400-600 word blog on “How Internationalization has helped students across the globe”
Also, include a narrative of why you are deserving of this scholarship (max 150 words).
How To Apply
Your scholarship submission must be received by December 15th, 2019. The winner will be contacted by email on or before January 15th, 2020. You can submit the blog post to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Eligibility of the Scholarship is as follows
1. Clearly indicate on your submission the following details.
– The college or trade school that you are currently attending or will attend in summer or fall of 2019
– Program or course you are enrolled in
– Phone number and email address
All works must be original or you risk disqualification.
A $500 check will be mailed to the financial aid department for the winning student’s account immediately after being declared the winner.
Disclaimer: all content submitted by students will be Fly For Holidays’s property under this program. If we choose to include submitted content in promotional or educational content elsewhere, we will attribute author credit.
It is the applicant’s sole responsibility to follow their university policies and procedures about accepting a private scholarship.