Ring Savvy Foundation

Scholarship For The Hearing-Impaired

Our Initiative:

The Ring Savvy Foundation’s Scholarship For The Hearing-Impaired serves to fundraise and ultimately award a merit based scholarship to the hearing-impaired applicant most qualified according to the guidelines set forth in the application. Throughout the years, Ring Savvy, Inc. has fostered millions of conversations and communications for our clientele and the customers they communicate with. Due to this, we would like to give a scholarship for those who may have had difficulty communicating, and have risen above this challenge in order to better themselves as a whole. The purpose of the essay portion of the scholarship is to write a narrative about how the applicant overcame these hearing-impairment obstacles, and how they are effectively moving forward in their life and in their education.

 

Scholarship Criteria:

The Scholarship For The Hearing-Impaired is open to dedicated and diligent students enrolled at any college or university who meet the following criteria:

  • Applicants must be currently enrolled with no less than 12 credit hours at an accredited college or university.
  • Applicants must have a minimum 3.6 GPA.
  • Applicants must have a documented hearing impairment to be eligible.
  • Applicants must submit an unofficial copy of their transcript. (Finalists must send an official transcript for which they will be reimbursed by the Ring Savvy Foundation.)

Any hearing impaired student who believes the she or he meet this standard of excellence in their education is encouraged to apply for the merit scholarship before the application deadline of each school year. This scholarship awards its annual recipient in the amount of $5,000 for the advancement of their academic undertaking.

 

Ready To Apply?

In order to receive the award, students who meet the scholarship’s minimum criteria will submit a completed application along with a minimum of 1,000 words essay on the mentioned essay topic.

 

Deadline For Applications: November 5th, 2017.

 

Essay Topic:

Explain your impairment, how it affects you, and what you have done in your life to rise above your situation for personal betterment.

Application Form

Mailing Address

Other Information

Are you a United States Citizen or otherwise authorized to work or attend school in the United States?

Academic Information

Upload your unofficial transcript(s) in one file:*

Essay

Please choose one of the questions provided for your essay (see Applicant Essay Topics). Essays must be between 500 and 1000 words.

Upload your resume and/or work experience in one file: (optinonal)