2016 Scholarship Application
Part I. Student Information
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Estimate the number of hours you served as a peer tutor in 2016 (calendar year)?
Briefly describe/list your peer tutoring activities (i.e. what organizations you have peer tutored with, any awards that you have received, leadership positions you have held, etc.):
The mission of the NSF is to advance equity in educational opportunities and excellence in academic achievement for all students. How do you plan on contributing to this mission in the future? How will scholarship funding help you achieve these goals?
Part II. Essay
In 250-650 words, share a peer tutoring experience that demonstrates why you should earn the title "National Peer Tutor of the Year."
As you develop your essay, keep in mind the selection criteria of character, leadership, scholarship, and service. We encourage you to check out our
Power of Peer Tutoring Blog
for essays from alumni.
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By submitting this application, I agree that the information I have provided is truthful and complete. I also understand the National Scholar Foundation reserves the right to publish my essay.
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