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JustJobs Scholarship Information
JustJobs.com’s new scholarship program awards $2,000 three times annually to currently enrolled undergrads or graduate students from registered schools in the US. The deadlines are December 31, 2011, April 30, 2012 and August 31, 2012 and there is no application fee.
For students to be eligible, their school must be registered. Check our registered schools list – if your school is not registered, please follow the instructions below. Please contact us with any questions.
How to register for the JustJobs Scholarship:
The student’s school can register for the scholarship program simply by placing two links on the school’s website (one linking to JustJobs’ scholarship area and one linking to JustJobs’ career opportunities area) as shown with the Link Codes below. Usually these links are placed on career resources and scholarship pages within a school’s website.
Once the school has added these links to its webpage, any faculty member can simply send an email to email@example.com with the subject “Scholarship Registration” and the web page(s) where the links have been placed in the body of the email. JustJobs will quickly confirm that the school has been registered.
To expedite the registration process, students are encouraged to email this page to the school’s Career Resources and Financial Aid contacts with a request to register for JustJobs’ scholarship program.
Eligibility for Student Scholarship
Be enrolled in a school that has registered for JustJobs’ scholarship program. Check our registered schools list.
Be a full-time student when applying for the scholarship.
Complete scholarship application.
Be registered for JustJobs’ scholarship program by placing two links to JustJobs’ site as listed above.
The recipients of the scholarship will be determined by JustJobs’ Scholarship Committee and will be announced the month following the scholarship deadline. At least one hundred applications must be received prior to each deadline for a scholarship to be awarded.