Activia is a business training company, but we’ve been there ourselves as students: money is always tight.  Even with a student loan, the demands of school fees, books and materials only add to the pressure.  So we are pleased to offer a $1,500 annual scholarship for college, university, high school or trade school students in the US.  There is no specific course of study required, and you can use the money in whatever way that you feel benefits your studies the most.


There will be two scholarship awards of $750 each year, awarded in May and November, as follows:

  • TWO video winners will EACH receive $225
  • TWO blog article winners will EACH receive $150


Furthermore, all entries adjudged to be of a suitable standard will be eligible for a runner up award as follows:

  • YouTube videos: $20
  • Blog articles: $15


Only one entry per student, per award period, is permitted.

https://www.activia.co.uk/scholarship-us

 

 

  • Administered by: Activia
  • Amount: $750
  • Deadline to apply: November 30, 2017
    Submissions received ON or BEFORE November 30th 2017 will be entered into the November award. Submissions received ON or BEFORE May 31st 2018 will be entered into the May award.
  • Date posted: 2/1/2017

Scholarship Eligibility

  • Location: United States
  • Available to:
    • Undergraduate
    • Graduate
    • Open to All
  • Minimum GPA: Not provided
  • Minimum credits: Not provided
  • Maximum credits: Not provided
  • FAFSA required?: No

Additional Scholarship Eligibility

Must be at least 16 years of age.

Must be attending or admitted to a college, university, high school or trade school in the US.

Notes About the Scholarship

You give Activia permission to publish the following if you are a winner or runner up:

  • Your name
  • Your area of residence (not your full address)
  • Your entry

You must also have a bank or similar account (PayPal is great) into which we can pay funds electronically.
For reasons of safe transmission we do not send out checks through the mail.

Contact Information