Education is the key to reaching a bright future. At QuickCashLoans, we know that it’s important to receive a quality education to gain financial literacy and economic freedom. The first steps are being taken in elementary school. Then the learning process continues at high school and goes beyond into higher education and career training. However, even outside of the formal academic setting, people can find ways to learn and expand their knowledge by reading and seeking educational resources.
QuickCashLoans wants to support people in their pursuit of knowledge, which is why we are always working on teaching our customers about making smart financial decisions and borrowing money wisely. This year we are also proud to provide the opportunity for dedicated students to earn a scholarship that will help them to offset academic expenses. At the same time, it will help them to focus on what matters: their education.
To help hardworking students to achieve their goals and to support their academic pursuits, once per year, QuickCashLoans will offer a $500 Achievers Scholarship to current students.
Applicants must meet the eligibility criteria listed below.
Students must be eighteen (18) years or older.The student must be enrolled full-time or part-time in a U.S. school, professional trade school, or an accredited college or university.Must be a U.S. citizen or legal resident.Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8.
How to Apply
To apply for the QuickCashLoans $500 Scholarship, applicants should submit a short video (file or link) or infographic (as an attached PDF) along with a 750-word essay on a financial subject to [email protected] on one of the following topics:
– The Art of Budgeting: The Necessary Lesson for Each Student.
– True Wealth is More Than Just Money.
Along with the essay and video or infographic, applicants should also:
Include their complete contact information in the email, including full name, date of birth, and city and state of residence.Submit information about the academic institution they are enrolled at and attach proof of enrollment to qualify for the college scholarship.Like and share at least one social media page from QuickCashLoans and send the link to prove it via e-mail.
Submit your application for free financial aid by December 31 for the annual scholarship award. QuickCashLoans will announce the annual scholarship winner on January 15.
Terms and Conditions
The Judgement Process
A panel of the QuickCashLoans Achiever Scholarship judges will select the winners once they review applications after the contest deadline to avoid early judging or selection. When all applications have been received, the judges will convene to make a decision about the winner who will receive the college scholarship based on merit.
Why You May Be Disqualified
QuickCashLoans judges will disqualify any essay scholarship work that is not received by the deadline; that has been plagiarized; that does not comply with the stated essay prompts and submission guidelines.
Once the judges select a scholarship winner, QuickCashLoans will notify the recipient of the $500 award via e-mail within two weeks in accordance with the terms and conditions explained below. The winner will also be announced on this website. As such, all applicants agree to have their picture and information published on the website if they win the scholarships as a term of the contest. If the winner does not reply by the date specified in the email they receive about the award, they forfeit the free scholarship money. QuickCashLoans will select another qualified applicant. Applicants can apply for more than one scholarship, but they can only win the award once.
Get acquainted with the following final regulations:
We are pleased to announce the QuickCashLoans $500 Achiever Scholarship contest winners, who our panel of judges selected among a talented pool of applicants for their dedication to learning and their ambitious visions for achieving their educational goals. With immense pride, we present the most recently awarded winners:
We have selected these scholarship recipients based on the quality of their applications, the strength of their essays, and the creative merit of the accompanying media they submitted for the award.