It pays to be a leader. Created in 2007 by the Emory Alumni Board (EAB), the scholarship recognizes students who are doing their part to improve the community. The EAB is seeking both heralded and unheralded students who have demonstrated a deep commitment to serving the community. Past accomplishments and current service will be considered. This scholarship will be a one-time award to one or more undergraduate and one or more graduate students in the amount of $7,000. Scholarship funds may not be used retroactively.
To be considered for the Emory Alumni Board Leadership Scholarship, students must submit a completed application and letter of recommendation. Supplementary materials may be added, if applicable. The required letter of recommendation must be submitted by a faculty member at Emory or a professional in your community who can speak to your demonstrated leadership.
Scholarship Application Tip:
To ensure we receive your scholarship application and Recommendation Letter by February 27, 2022, we suggest submitting your application and after, logging back into your account to make edits and upload supporting documents. Once you submit your application, your recommender will receive an email invitation to upload the Recommendation Letter. Please contact your recommender to ensure they have received an email invitation from "Reviewr." If your recommender experiences any issues with locating the email, advise them to check their spam/junk folder. If they cannot locate the email, please instruct them to contact Emily Swan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*As a reminder, you have until February 27, 2022, at 11:59 p.m., EST to submit your application materials, including your Recommendation Letter. The scholarship committee will view applications AFTER February 27, 2022, and you cannot make any changes following the deadline. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
*The recipients of the Emory Alumni Board Scholarship will be asked to attend at least one Emory Alumni Board meeting during the academic year as well as a reception for scholarship donors, and be photographed, interviewed and featured in Emory Alumni Association public relations materials.