The Wesley Financial Group Scholarship Program is offering five scholarships for college and university students in the U.S. that have lost a parent and are in need of financial assistance. As part of their submissions, applicants must submit a 500-word essay that lists their program of choice, explains what type of career they would like to have in the future, and details how the scholarship funds would help them. The five applicants that submit the most compelling essays will be chosen as the recipients of $2,000 (USD) each.
5 Prizes Worth $2,000 (USD) Each
Five applicants will receive a prize of $2,000 (USD) each for their compelling essay. Applicants must meet all requirements to be considered.
500-Word Essay Application
To apply, students must submit an essay listing their program of choice, explaining the type of career they want in the future, and how they’ll use the scholarship prize.
Students must submit all necessary documents by September 17, 2020 at 11:59:59 p.m. CST to be considered for the Wesley Financial Group Scholarship.
How To Apply
Proof of Enrollment
This scholarship is open to all college and university programs and years in the U.S., including students applying for their first year. Proof includes student ID card, acceptance letter, and an official enrollment letter.
In 500 words, applicants must list their program of choice, explain what type of career they are working towards, and detail how the scholarship funds would help them. Applicants are encouraged to detail their level of need.
The Wesley Financial Group Scholarship is accepting applicants from Thursday, June 26, 2020 to September 17, 2020 at 11:59:59 p.m. CST. Follow WFG on social media for the winner announcements.
Wesley Financial Group, LLC is a consumer rights group that specializes in timeshare cancellation. Our headquarters are located in Franklin, Tennessee and Las Vegas, Nevada.
Wesley Financial Group was founded in 2011 by our current President and CEO, Chuck McDowell. Chuck began working in the timeshare industry as a sales representative for a timeshare company. After discovering the many deceitful tactics the timeshare industry encourages, Chuck left the industry to work on the other side, fighting for consumer rights.