Vive Health Scholarship
Vive Health wants to support your personal and professional development. If you are an attending USA college or university, we welcome you to apply for the Vive Health $2,500 annual scholarship.
Deadline: June 1st, 2017
Terms and conditions:
I am a citizen or a Permanent Resident of the United States.
I am a full-time student at an accredited two or four year university or college in the United States.
Funds will be delivered directly to my educational institution and those funds will be used for my tuition or books.
I am not on academic disciplinary status.
My Application Materials — text, content, video, creatives, and other materials do not contain or rely upon any trade secret or other nonpublic technical or business information of any kind of a third party.
Vivehealth.com may use my Application Materials via social media, on the World Wide Web, and via other media and means to raise awareness about family caregiving.
Neither I, any of my immediate family members, nor any person that I live with, are employees of Vive Health LLC.
I understand that Vive Health may choose to not award or to withdraw the Scholarship Award for any reason.
The terms and conditions of this Scholarship Award Agreement will be governed by the laws of the state of Florida.
Email your complete application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your completed application should include (1) Personal Information (2) Topical 1000 Word Essay or 2 Minute Video
If anything is missing your application will not be considered
University or College Currently Attending
College Transcript (redact Social Security #)
Anticipated Graduation Date
Link to your LinkedIn (or other social media profile) to prove currently enrolled at accredited USA college or university.
2. Required Essay or Video
Submit a 1000+ word essay or 2-minute video on the following topic:
Vive Health’s slogan is “Rebel Against Age”. Too many people feel confined by their age and the expectations associated with it. How have you, or someone you are inspired by, re-defined the perceived boundaries of age?