The Jesse Willms Scholarship Program

The Jesse Willms Scholarship Program seeks to help out students in need via financial aid. The scholarship is for students in business programs or interested in running/starting their own business.

Application Details

All applicants must fill out the application form in its entirety. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Who Can Apply?

All post-secondary students studying in the United States and Canada.

When is the Deadline?

The application deadline is January 12, 2021 and the winner will be announced in late January 2021.

The Essay

To apply, interested parties must complete a 500-word essay discussing what your idea is for a business and how you would bring it to life.

Good luck to all applicants!

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About Jesse Willms

Jesse Willms is the owner of several vehicle history websites and currently resides in Nevada. His websites provide various free vehicle history information. When using his services, you can check on the history of old cars and see if it has been in an accident, if it is reliable, if it has had any recalls, what consumers think about it, and how they have reviewed it. It started out as a concept in 2015 but it has turned into a pretty successful site with about four million people using it each month to get free vehicle information.

Even from a young age, Jesse Willms was always interested in business. When he was 15, he began to read a lot of different books on business, focusing particularly on biographies and stock investing books, but would read basically every book he could get his hands on. Jesse Willms was really fascinated by investors like Warren Buffet and others that had amassed wealth. Since he had been reading so much, he started getting involved in business by selling books online by the time he was 16. He did not feel it was worth it, as it took quite a bit of effort to make a small amount of revenue. However, it taught him valuable lessons which led him to selling computer software online. Jesse Willms enjoyed it so much that he quit school at 17 to continue pursuing his passion of selling products online and being self-employed.Learn More About Jesse Willms