The Cleveland Foundation Scholarships
Managed by College Now Greater Cleveland
Minimum GPA: 2.75 unweighted or 2.89 GED
Location or High School: N?A
Field of Study: N/A
Deadline: April 15th, 2023
Application Type: Corporate/Group app
The Covia Aspire Scholarship
Purpose: Established in 2013, the Covia Aspire Scholarship of the Cleveland Foundation provides support to employee dependents who are pursuing post-secondary education or training at an accredited institution. As such, the award encourages the career aspirations of promising young people in the Covia family. Employees of Covia are those persons who have been employed by Covia continuously for a period of at least one year. Eligible dependents of Covia are those who are natural, adopted, court appointed children, grandchildren, and/or stepchildren of any Covia Employee.
• Be the dependent of an eligible Covia employee
• Enrolled/enrolling at an accredited non-profit educational institution in the USA
• Under age 26
• Minimum 2.75 grade point average on a 4.0 scale or GED score of 2.89
• Financial need
Application Method: Submit a Cleveland Foundation Corporate/Group Scholarships Application here.
Selection Process: A selection committee will base its scholarship decisions on the completed application, and one or more of the following factors: academic achievement, financial need, leadership (evidenced by the involvement in school, civic, and/or social organizations in roles requiring responsibility, initiative and judgment).
Award Info: The annual award amount will be based on the performance of the fund and number of applicants selected and will be for a minimum of $1,000. Award will be paid directly to the institution and must be applied to tuition, fees, books, supplies and/or equipment required for coursework. For questions or further assistance, you may contact Kristin Lewis, Covia, Director of Communications and Engagement at 440-279-0245.
Awarded Student Requirements:
1. Maintain full-time enrollment status
2. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA
Renewal: Scholarship has historically been renewable for a maximum of 4 years, provided the student meets the scholarship requirements and funding remains available.