This scholarship is worth a generous $1,000 for one academic year and will be awarded to a deserving student.
LONGVIEW, TX / ACCESSWIRE / June 7, 2022 / The Jackson Bonnen Scholarship is excited to announce its inaugural academic scholarship for the 2023-2024 school year. This is the first year that the scholarship has been offered, and they plan to have recipients that have gone on to successful careers and advanced to graduate-level studies.
The scholarship is worth a generous $1,000 for one academic year. The award is applied directly to the winning student's tuition and fees. All applicants must write a 300 to 500-word essay answering the below question: "Who has been a role model to you, and why?"
This scholarship is available to anyone currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program. Current high school seniors who have been accepted into a college or university can also apply.
The deadline to apply is December 31, 2022.
About The Scholarship
As Jackson Bonnen begins his academic journey to obtaining higher education, he wants to give back and help those potentially struggling with affording tuition.
This $1,000 scholarship is available to anyone currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program and current high school seniors that have been accepted into a college or university.
About Jackson Bonnen
Bonnen grew up in Lake Jackson, Texas, and will finish his high school career in his mother's hometown of Longview, Texas, in 2022. Growing up along the Texas coast, in the shadow of North America's most extensive chemical facilities, Jackson developed a love for science from an early age.
Jackson pursued the family's passion for politics outside of the classroom and participated in Texas Boys' State in 2021. During that summer, he also took time for STEM pursuits, joining the MIT Beaverworks Summer Institute in a course on unmanned air radar aperture, where his team finished in first place during a course-long competition. Jackson currently serves on the Texas Bank and Trust Student Board and the TST Investment Club, where he participated in stock market simulations.
Jackson is an avid outdoorsman. He is SCUBA certified and enjoys snow skiing, wake surfing, and rock climbing. Jackson hiked and canoed Northern Tier High Adventure with his Boy Scout troop, served as an Assistant Patrol Leader, and earned his Eagle rank.
Jackson is looking forward to his next great adventure.
Name: Heather Lynn-Johnson
Email: [email protected]
SOURCE: Dennis Bonnen Scholarships And Foundation