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Scholarship America is a national organization with principal offices in Minneapolis and St. Peter, Minnesota; Coralville, Iowa; and Washington, D.C.
The staff at Scholarship America is committed to the organization’s mission of expanding access to educational opportunities by involving and assisting communities, corporations, foundations, organizations, and individuals in their support of students and in their encouragement of students’ educational achievement. Employees of Scholarship America find their work to be meaningful and gratifying as they come together to meet this challenge and impact the lives of students on a daily basis.
Scholarship America knows valuing diversity is important to ensure success in serving clients. Scholarship America does not tolerate discriminating behavior. Scholarship America demonstrates commitment to diversity by recruiting and hiring a diverse workforce to reflect the clients we serve. Scholarship America also respects employees by listening and responding to their diverse needs.
Scholarship America acknowledges that its employees are its number one resource, and strives to recognize and reward each employee’s contribution to its success by offering a staff incentive plan, by presenting service anniversary awards, and by providing a comprehensive benefit package. Click to read more about Scholarship America's employment benefits.
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It is the policy of Scholarship America that all external candidates for employment in staff (regular, temporary and seasonal) have criminal and other background information verified as a condition of employment.
Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law. Click here to download the PDF poster outlining federal protections for applicants.
Scholarship America’s Dream Award is a renewable scholarship fund targeted toward completion. These annually-increasing awards will be given to students selected from across the nation who are entering their second year of education beyond high school.
Scholarship America's blog, The Scholarship Coach, appears weekly at USNews.com, featuring expert advice on all kinds of scholarship issues. Here on the site, we feature a new highlight from the blog every week, and you can also download a free Scholarship Coach e-book!
Scholarship America is dedicated to helping students get their degrees. Our 2013 Annual Report, Focus on the Finish Line, features statistics, stories, and student accounts of the importance of college completion.
Visit the online report to learn more and hear from our President, Lauren Segal.