The Education Opportunities Scholarship is part of LiveCareer’s broader commitment to make it fast and easy for jobseekers to get the job they want through applications that best tell stories about unique experiences and accomplishments.
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB)
December 07, 2017
College can be an expensive undertaking, but LiveCareer, America’s leading site for jobseekers, is offering three talented students a way to receive financial assistance and get prepped for the working world.
The one-stop online career destination announced today that its third annual Education Opportunities Scholarship is open for applications. Three winning students will be awarded $1,500 each in scholarship money based on the strength of their submission.
“A core goal of LiveCareer is to help jobseekers discover their professional passions. This is especially important for students who are preparing to enter the workforce,” said BOLD CFO Heather Williams. “To that end, LiveCareer will award three $1,500 scholarships in 2018. The winners will be determined through an essay competition in which applicants detail the professional, academic, or extracurricular achievement that they would be most proud to share with a future employer.”
LiveCareer has helped millions of people with their resumes, cover letters, and job search needs. The Education Opportunities Scholarship is part of the organization’s broader commitment to make it fast and easy for jobseekers to get the job they want through applications that best tell stories about unique experiences and accomplishments.
Essays, which must be submitted no later than February 28, 2018, must be 200 to 800 words in length. Entries will be judged on originality, writing ability, and passion.
Past Winners Include:
- Carolyn Copeland of North Carolina State University
- Savannah Bowen of University of Utah
- Dylan Kelly of Antioch University
- Michelle Toughhill of Prism Career Institute- Nursing School
- Matthew Whetten of Brigham Young University
- Karen Ricks of Hampton University
How to Apply:
Visit https://www.livecareer.com/education-opportunities for full contest rules and to learn how to apply. All applicants must be enrolled or due to be enrolled in a full-time college or university program in the U.S. during the…