EJobApplications.com is an authority resource for job applications and career information for top companies in the United States.
We provide tips on how to build your resume, how to excel during an interview, and ultimately how to land the job of your choice.
We understand that during these tough economic times it is extremely difficult to get a job and build the necessary experience to reach your career goals. We also realize that due to college loans most of college graduates come out of school in debt.
In an effort to alleviate the pressure of having to pay these loans, EJobApplications.com is offering the EjobApplications.com Scholarship.
Our primary goal is to offer a Scholarship worth $1,000 to help one lucky college student from any United States College/University pay their loans.
How to win the Scholarship
- Write a 1,000 word essay discussing the ways you use the Internet to find job opportunities. Detail the steps you take, as well as the sites that you use to find information, job openings and availability.
- Be sure to let us know what the money will go towards, whether it’s to pay off student loans, help pay for rent, food, etc.
- Please make the article fun and friendly, as the person with the most creativity and unique edge will win!
- Current Student (undergraduate or graduate is accepted) attending a United States College/University
- You must fill out the information below and send in your document to gerald (at) ejobapplications (dot) com before December 20, 2014 to be enrolled into the scholarship contest.
- Attending College/University
- College Year
- Phone Number
*You will not receive a confirmation that your email was received. Please do not email us requesting a notification.
The winner of the scholarship will be contacted directly via email or phone for proof of school enrollment.
The website Administrator may use your personal information only for the purpose of awarding the scholarship to the winner, offering the Scholarship, and any reporting responsibility to taxing authorities and your participation in our Scholarship constitutes your consent on the matter.