The application for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program is open, and the deadline to apply is March 20, 2014. We want 7th graders and educators to know about this opportunity, and so we are asking for your help to get the word out.
Here are 5 easy ways to share using tools that we all know. Thank you for your help!
1. Information for your website or newsletter
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation seeks high-performing 7th graders with financial need for its Young Scholars Program. Selected students receive an on-staff educational adviser and services, which may include help planning a suitable academic course load, summer academic and enrichment program opportunities, study-abroad and community-service opportunities, lessons to develop music, art, or other talents, college and career counseling, and the opportunity to network with the larger JKCF Scholar community. If you know any students who stand out for their exceptional academic abilities and achievements, persistence, and desire to help others, please encourage them to visit the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s website to learn more. The application is now open and will close March 20. http://bit.ly/1a12pQV
2. Post for your Facebook page
Do you know a high-performing 7th grader? Does he or she have financial need? If so, please encourage him or her to apply for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program, which provides an on-staff adviser and services, which may include help planning a suitable academic course load, summer enrichment programs, study-abroad and community service opportunities, and college and career counseling. The application is now open and will close March 20. For more information, visit: http://bit.ly/1a12pQV
3. Tweet for Twitter
Know a high-performing 7th grader with financial need? Tell him or her about @TheJKCF Young Scholars Program: http://bit.ly/1a12pQV
4. Share this button with hyperlink to the Young Scholars Program information page
Share this button on social media hyperlinked to http://bit.ly/1a12pQV
5. Share this brief informational video
Learn about the nuts and bolts of the Young Scholars Program from Foundation staff.