Scholarships and Opportunities
Through the generosity of our sponsors and partners, the following scholarship opportunities are available to JA students. Additional opportunities are available through JA USA; visit their web site for more details.
KPMG Future Leaders Program
The Office of Condoleezza Rice is accepting applications through January 31, 2019, for the KPMG Future Leaders Program Class of 2019. Twenty deserving high school female seniors from around the country will be selected to participate in the program and receive a college scholarships, attend a leadership retreat, and be paired with a year-long mentor. View the 2019 application and 2018 highlight video.
Voya Financial Signature Scholarship Program
Voya Scholars provides scholarships for students interested in business or finance degrees and who are currently working toward or ready to pursue an academic degree or financial certification. Included are both scholarship and mentoring awards. Only students who participated in Voya-funded programs are eligible. Learn more.
S P Jain Scholarships
S P Jain, one of Asia’s leading business schools, is offering scholarships to high potential students for its admission to its Global Bachelor of Business Administration Program. They are looking for students interested in studying abroad for four years; two years in Singapore,one year in Sydney, and one year in Dubai.
- Applicants must complete an online, one-hour aptitude test;
- Students must achieve a 32 predicted score on the IB Diploma, or have a high GPA
- If qualified, students will have a performance interview and provide their academic record, including personal achievements/involvements in their community
Scholarships from S P Jain can be awarded from 25% to a full 100% tuition waiver. The registration fee is $2,000 and other fees may include airfares, visas, etc. For more information, visit their web site.
Social Innovation Relay
High school students are invited to participate in the second annual Social Innovation Relay, a global online challenge where students will compete to represent the United States. Students will create a socially innovative solution to a societal issue of their choice. Participation is free and the winning US and International teams will win prizes from the Social Innovative Relay partner, HP. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their web site.