2017 Scholarships Are Here

Scholarships to help you get to your Summit

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All of us here at Ambassador Leaders are committed to making life-changing opportunities possible for students. We are excited to announce scholarships for exceptional middle and high school students for 2017 Summits.

We will be awarding several competitive partial-tuition scholarships for 2017 Leadership Summits. Applicants for the scholarships will be evaluated based on financial need, scholastic achievement and community involvement.

Requirements:

Selection will be based on the following:

  • Financial need: Although not a requirement to apply, preference will be given to students whose family income is less than $40,000 per year.

  • Community involvement: Please attach a document describing your community involvement.

  • Scholastic achievement: Include a copy of your current school transcript or report card with grading scale.

  • Essay: This is the most important part. Making a difference in your school, community, and the world requires leadership. Describe how you have stepped up as a leader to help your community, how you hope to grow through your Summit experience, and how you will apply it to make a difference in your community and your life. (Limit 500 words.)

Important dates to keep in mind: 

  • Applications must be received no later than February 1, 2017. Download it here.

  • Scholarship recipients will be announced by March 1, 2017.

Our scholarship program is a great way to supplement your fundraising efforts, but competition is high, so you should continue fundraising throughout the year to meet your goal. Many of our students successfully fund their entire tuition, and they are the first to say how rewarding, yet challenging, the process is.

Our team is here to help you along the way. Get ideas, get started, and make it happen!


By Kathy Mellstrom

Kathy is the Program Director and Co-Founder of Ambassador Leaders and has been involved with the program for over 10 years. As a mom of three children, she is personally invested in helping students realize their true potential.