2021 Young Achievers Scholarship Application
The Deadline for the 2021 Young Achievers Scholarship was July 1st. Applications for the 2022 Scholarship will be available in January of 2022. Thank you to everyone who submitted and if you ever need any help with the College Planning process please give us a call or reach out via our contact form!
Send Your Kids to College is the Proud Sponsor of the Young Achievers Scholarship Program. We are a WNY nonprofit that helps to guide and prepare families for college and beyond.
The Young Achievers Scholarship Program awards college scholarships to high school students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their activities in school, the community, or the workplace.
Be United States citizens and residents of Erie, Genesee or Niagara County in New
Be high school students who are graduating in 2022, 2023 or 2024 and plan on
enrolling full-time into an accredited two-year or four-year college or university
in the United States.
Demonstrate ambition and motivation in school and in the community.
Communicate why going to college will add value to their life.
Three (3) students, to be known as “Young Achievers,” will be selected to receive $1,000
awards to be used towards a college education.
Awards are not renewable. Payment of awards is scheduled for the spring of 2022. Eligible students may receive only one Young Achievers award.
Applicants are asked to describe in detail why the value of a college education is important to them. Essays are to be a maximum of 300 words in length and should explain each of the following:
Candidates may be asked to complete a finalist interview as part of the selection process.
1. The difference a college education will make in his or her life.
2. The college or type of college the student would like to attend.
3. How the student/student’s family plans to pay for the upcoming college
Send Your Kids To College will make the selection of scholarship recipients. Selection will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, gender, national origin, or disability. Consideration will be given to select a diverse group of recipients.