National Credit Foundation Scholarship
The widespread protests against police brutality and racial injustice following the death of George Floyd have brought a new urgency to the debate around compensating the descendants of American slaves. This summer, Democratic lawmakers called for a vote on a bill to study reparations, and a handful of cities and states have weighed in with their own proposed plans to examine the issue.
The National Credit Foundation Scholarship is here to help you open doors, break down barriers, and get the help you need to help you succeed in life.
The National Credit Foundation Scholarship program is providing a one-time $1,000 scholarship to any student who is currently attending or has plans to attend an accredited US college or university.
Students in undergraduate or graduate programs are eligible for the scholarship prize.
In order to be eligible for the $1,000 award from The National Credit Foundation Scholarship, you are required to write an essay of a minimum of 600 words on one of the following subjects:
1. How do we start bridging the income inequality gap in the United States?
2. How do you put a cash value on hundreds of years of slavery?
- You Must currently be attending or have plans to attend an accredited college or university in the U.S.
- Applicants must submit a 500 to 1000 word essay one of the two essay topics above.
- The deadline to submit essays is December 31, 2020
- The scholarship award will be granted on or around February 15, 2021.