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Northern Ohio AFP Scholarship
The Association will award an academic scholarship to an outstanding graduate or undergraduate student pursuing a degree in business, including, but not limited to the areas of accounting, finance, computer science and marketing. The award is intended to help defray the educational expenses for the student's current academic year. The amount, number and frequency of the awards will be reviewed annualy by the Scholarship committee and the Northern Ohio AFP board of directors.The minimum award will be $1,000.00.
Full time graduate students or undergraduate students who are juniors or seniors pursuing an education program that will prepare them for a career in treasury or financial management. Candidates must have achieved an overall GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 point scale and a GPA in their major area of 3.0 on a 4.0 point scale. First preference will be given to current members of NOAFP and their immediate family members. Second preference will be given to students attending approved colleges in the geographic area served by the NOAFP. Approved colleges will be determined annually by a joint decision of the Scholarship Committee and the NOAFP board of directors. The decision will be based on an evaluation of each college's involvement and support of the NOAFP during the past calendar year.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS & DEADLINE
Students interested in applying must submit the following:
Applications must be submitted by September 1st of the current year.
A committee comprised of the Scholarship Committee and the NOAFP board of directors will make the final selection. If one of the aforementioned individuals or their direct relative is under consideration for the award, that individual will not be involved in the selection process. The selection criteria will emphasize the potential for a successful career in corporate treasury management, not solely academic achievement. Financial need will be considered to the extent that the student has unmet need. Unmet need is defined as the net amount of current tuition that is being paid out of pocket by the student. Those students who have their tuition completely covered by grants, scholarships, or by their employer will not be eligible.
Funding for this scholarship will be based on a combination of the following items:
The winner of the scholarship will bear all tax consequences as a result of receiving this award. The NOAFP reserves the right to change or discontinue this program at any time.
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