Danny Errico Scholarship Applications Now Being Accepted

The Danny Errico Scholarship is excited to announce a new scholarship opportunity running through March 31, 2020. The scholarship is valued at $10,000.

May 19, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Danny Errico created this $10,000 academic scholarship to give students who want to continue their education an opportunity to do so by lessening the burden of the winning student’s tuition cost for the following school year. Applicants must be US citizens and students who are enrolled full time at an accredited community or junior college, university, or another graduate degree program.

The application consists of answering the essay question “How would this scholarship help you meet your education goals?” Applicants can submit their answer in a 500 minimum word essay or by answering the question in a five to ten minute video response. Videos will need to be uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo. Students are encouraged to share their education-related goals and any other information about themselves that will be helpful to the scholarship committee in their selection decision. 

The application process is open now at https://www.dannyerricoscholarship.com/ and concludes on March 31, 2020. Only one application will be accepted per student. The awarded winner will be selected and contacted the first week of April 2020 and will have two weeks to claim the scholarship. The winning applicant will be required to verify their information and the scholarship will be sent directly to their school’s financial aid department.

Danny Errico is founder of the Garden Island Foundation, a resource for children in low-income neighborhoods. The foundation seeks to support children in education pursuits and increase the chances of them making it on their own after graduation. The foundation supports schools and programs that will improve both home and family. The Danny Errico Scholarship is one of the many programs to help students overcome barriers to success. 

Contact Info:
Name: Anita Widner
Email: Send Email
Organization: Danny Errico Scholarship
Address: 200 Park Ave. Suite 200 Orange Village, OH 44122
Website: https://www.dannyerricoscholarship.com/

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