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Grade point average (GPA) can help decide who gets a grant. We know how difficult it is to get good grades. We KNOW. However, GPA is a way for the selection committee to help determine if you have the discipline and ability to do what is necessary to succeed.
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Organizations look for evidence of selflessness, leadership, and the ability to succeed at just about anything that you put your mind to doing. This is where it is helpful to list as much relevant information that you can to help show them these attributes. This may include places of employment, volunteer efforts, academic achievements, associations, and community service. When possible, you may want to not only list accomplishments, but also indicate how you felt when volunteering, achieving success, and helping people.
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Please follow and provide whatever is specified in the guidelines. Do not give less than what is required. You have to be very careful giving more than what is asked for. Some search committees might question if you can or cannot follow orders if you send in more. They may question if YOU think that you know more than them. Also, there are so many applicants that some committees look for any excuse to disqualify an application (like many job applications). It is a "tough call" for you to make about sending in more than what is required. Our best suggestion is just do NOT send in LESS than what is required.
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Every scholarship is different and the sponsor is different. As we stated above, you need to treat applying for the scholarship like you would applying for a specific job for a specific organization. You need to get to know the organization and what the organization is looking for in a candidate. We will use a quote from a Union Plus Scholarship website. " Applicants for scholarships are evaluated according to academic ability, social awareness, financial need, and appreciation of labor."