Scholarship
January 09, 2019

Freedman Financial Now Accepting 2019 Scholarship Submissions By Freedman Financial

It’s Scholarship Time!

The Freedman Financial Associates Inc. Scholarship was created to heighten the awareness of personal financial planning, and fiscal responsibility among graduating high school seniors. Now in its 20th year, the Freedman Financial has collectively awarded more than $19,000 to past winners.

Eligibility: Any graduating high school student who is a child, grandchild and/or great-grandchild of a current Freedman Financial client. The student must have plans to attend any post-secondary educational institution. The scholarship will be limited to the first-year cost of tuition.

Scholarship Amount: $1,000.

Application Process: Student must satisfactorily complete the following:

  • A scholarship application.
  • A 500-word essay relating to financial responsibility.
  • Provide a current academic record, a list of recent community service work, extracurricular activities and work experience.

The Selection Process: A committee comprised of Freedman Financial clients will be selected to review all eligible applications. All applicants’ names will be removed from the selection process to insure objectivity. Clients who may have a conflict of interest with an applicant will not serve on the selection committee. Employees and families of Freedman Financial Associates are not eligible for the scholarship.

This is NOT a need-based scholarship.

We are delighted to offer this annual benefit to our clients. If you would like to receive an application or more information, please contact our office.

The deadline for receipt of application is Friday, March 29, 2019.

We hope you will encourage eligible family members to participate in this exciting opportunity.

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