Post University in Waterbury, Connecticut, is now accepting applications for its Malcolm Baldrige School of Business (MBSOB) scholarship.
The four-year, full-tuition award is given to two excellent students each year who want to pursue their aspirations of obtaining a top-tier business degree without the financial burden of tuition costs. Scholarship recipients also receive mentorship from prominent individuals, access to special networking opportunities, and real-world projects geared to prepare them for success in the competitive business world.
Applicants must be full-time residential students with a minimum unweighted high school grade point average of 3.65. This year’s awardees will not be determined by standardized test scores, although students may submit test scores to help strengthen their overall application.
A completed scholarship application form, a high school transcript, and a résumé documenting the applicant’s student activities, community service, leadership experience, and employment experience are also required. two letters of recommendation from someone discussing the applicant’s academic abilities (teachers or employers); and a 500-word essay describing what a company’s role is, or should be, in promoting social responsibility.
“This MBSOB scholarship is not just a financial award; we view this award as an investment in the business leaders of tomorrow,” said Dr. Alisa Hunt, interim dean of The Malcom Baldrige School of Business. “I encourage all incoming freshmen who want to pursue a career in business to apply.”
Completed applications must be submitted by Feb. 1, 2024. More information is available on the Post University website.