Are You a Recent High School Graduate That Will Be Attending College in the Fall? This Scholarship is for You! APPLY NOW!
Posted By: Kennedy Williams on June 11, 2021 |
The goal of the Coupa Cares scholarship is to provide financial assistance and mentorship to students without the necessary means who demonstrate alignment with the company's core values and want to further their education for the 2021 - 2022 academic year.
Since the launch of the Program in 2019, Coupa has given $125,000 in educational scholarships to deserving students. This year, they are excited to continue this program and award $75,000 to deserving individuals across the United States.
Scholarship awards will be determined based on a holistic review of the application by the selection committee. The winners of this year’s scholarships will be announced by mid-July.
In addition to providing financial support, Coupa will hold a mentorship program for the awarded students to support them during their first semester in college.
Coupa employees will volunteer their time to offer mentorship and guidance to a student and to help make a lasting impact on their college experience and future.
*High School senior graduating from High School in Spring of 2021
*High School senior attending an undergraduate institution in Fall of 2021
*Majoring in one of the following fields:
Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)
Supply Chain Management-related
*Minimum GPA of 3.5 or above
*Demonstrate a need for financial assistance
*Household income less than USD 60,000 per year
*Demonstrate alignment with Coupa's Core Values
*Not related to a Coupa Employee
*Passionate about learning, hard-working, and motivated to succeed
To find out more info on how to APPLY, click here!
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