MintResume Employee Morale Scholarship 2019

July 27

Are you an undergraduate or graduate college or university student?

MintResume is proud to announce a $1000 scholarship for students studying in the US or abroad. The “Employee Morale Scholarship” aims to get students thinking about their own potential future management position and how their decisions can affect employee morale.

What are we looking for?

Through our own career advising we've dealt with thousands of employers on the issues that affect them most when it comes to retaining employees and keeping them happy. We're looking for students to write about their favorite idea on how to boost and maintain employee morale.

Who can apply?

  • Open to USA or international students
  • Entrants must 18 years or older.
  • No GPA requirement.

Criteria:

The piece should include a headline of the workforce communication idea and then should include at least 500 words on how to effectively deploy the strategy.

Email your essay and the workforce communication idea to scholarship@mintresume.com. Please include the following information:

  • Full name
  • Email address (must have university domain)
  • College or University where you are enrolled or plan to attend
  • Current school year

What to consider when writing the idea:

We will be judging the strategy on both its uniqueness and it's practicality. That means the idea should stand out from the crowd but also be easily implemented into the workforce.

The idea does not have to be overarching to all types of workforce but can be individualized to a specific workforce such as (office based, manufacturing, mobile workers, etc.).

When is the deadline?

December 16th, 2019.

The winner will be announced by January, 15th, 2020

Scholarship funds will be released for the Spring 2020 semester.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is MintResume offering a scholarship?
Our belief is that everyone is entitled to learning and education. We hope that financial barriers to learning and education will continue to be removed by innovative technology.

How often is this scholarship offered?
Once a year.

Can I be an international student?
Yes.

What if I'm not a formal student anywhere?
You must be currently enrolled or accepted and planning to be enrolled as a full time student.

When will the scholarship winner be announced?
The scholarship winner will be announced one month after the scholarship deadline. We need this time to review all of the applications.

School and university participation

We'd love for you to share this scholarship on your website, social media and scholarship boards.

Please share with your students:

https://www.mintresume.com/articles/scholarship-2019

Further Info:

If you have further questions please contact us at: scholarship@mintresume.com



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