Working Student Scholarship
$1000 scholarship to students who’ve worked during their academic career
2020 Scholarship Winners
Eleanor B. from Hingham, MA is currently studying Marketing and Advertising at Syracuse University in New York. After graduating in 2022, Eleanor would like to work in the strategy department of an advertising agency. “ I chose strategy because it merges my analytical business degree with my more creative advertising degree in an exciting way.” In addition to school, Eleanor enjoys art and photography. In high school, she won an award from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and had her photos published in the Boson Globe. She is looking forward to combining her passion for art with her interest in business analytics to generate competitive advertising after school.
Jennifer E. from Byron Center, MI is studying to become a Finance major at Grand Valley State University in Michigan. After graduating in 2024, she wants to find a finance job preferably in an office setting. She likes the idea of having a steady schedule, decent starting salary and working with coworkers in a shared setting. Eventually Jennifer would like to work her way up to a management or administrative position within a company while still utilizing her education in finance. Jennifer is originally from Canada and still holds dual citizenship between the two countries!
Trinity C. from Watkinsville, GA is currently studying Economics at the University of Georgia, expecting to graduate in 2024. After graduating, Trinity wants to gain a bit more experience as the co-surgery coordinator at Georgia Skin Cancer, then pursue a career in healthcare administration . Eventually, Trinity hopes to run her own healthcare practice someday! Trinity was inspired to apply for this scholarship because she comes from a large family and wants to remain as debt-free during school as possible. She recognizes how important all financial aid can be and wants to help her family as much as she can while they support and encourage her throughout her education.
Here at College Movers, we know that it’s hard and sometimes impossible to work your way through college AND graduate debt-free. That is why we want to help out the next generation of students by offering the College Movers Working Student Scholarship, a scholarship for the working student. A portion of every move will be donated to this scholarship. The number of awards available may vary, however, this scholarship will be awarded to at least one lucky individual per cycle who is attending college within one year of the award and has worked during their career as a student. Applications will be accepted from current college students, seniors in high school, and people wishing to return to school.
College Movers Working Student Scholars will receive a $1000 scholarship. All funds will be sent directly to the winner’s school.
Applicants must be planning to attend college within one year of the award and must have worked at some point during their career as a student. The applicant is not required to have worked through the entirety of their career as a student. However, they must have been employed for at least one year (total) during which time they were a student (high school or college), and must provide proof of employment.
This is a semi-annual scholarship. Applicants must apply on or before December 15th, 2020 and/or June 15th. The application includes an essay (500-1000 words) about a time in your life when you, your family, or a friend moved away and how it impacted you. Alternatively, the essay can be about the struggles of balancing school and work.
Essays will be reviewed and critiqued by our (blinded) selection committee. Stronger essays will have a better chance of winning.The winner(s) of the College Mover’s Working Student Scholarship will be announced within one month of the respective deadline. Additional information may need to be collected before the winner receives the scholarship.
If we are unable to contact the winner(s) within seven days, the next best candidate(s) will be awarded