Company: US Federal Contractor Registration
Open to: High school seniors and students enrolled at and attending either a two- or four-year college or university
Every year US Federal Contractor Registration, the world’s largest third-party government registration firm, gives away $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors and newly enrolled college students. US Federal Contractor Registration helps business owners complete the registrations required to serve as a government contractor. Without this registration, the business is unable to provide products or services to the government.
To apply for the $1,000 scholarship, candidates must submit a video (2-5 minutes long) of themselves answering the following question:
What are the benefits of working with the U.S. Government?
Candidates must keep in mind we are not asking about working for the U.S. government as an employee. We are asking about the private sector and public sector businesses come together to fulfill government contracts.
Here are a few search terms for Google to help you generate ideas:
- Government Contracts
- Government Procurement
Enrollment Closes May 1st, 2019
To submit your entry fill out the form below, or please send the following in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Your Name
- Date of Birth
- Mailing Address
- Name of College or University (where you attend or will attend in the fall)
- Student ID
- Major or primary area of study
- A YouTube link to your 2-5 minute video (Public or Unlisted) Click Here for More Details
- A professional photo of you
- A signed copy of our video release form. (download here)
Scholarship Submission Form
We will contact the winning scholarship recipients by no later than May 31, 2019. We reserve the right to award more scholarships if we believe more entries than our submission limit is deserving of the scholarship. We also reserve the right to publish the winning entry on our company blog and otherwise promote it (such as via a press release). By submitting your video, you give us the right to publish it (in part or in its entirety).