The Roosevelt Paper Scholarship Progam

We're excited to announce that Roosevelt Paper Company has partnered with Scholarship America to establish a new scholarship program for the children and dependents of plant personnel. Recipients will receive a $2,500 award for the upcoming academic year.

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Roosevelt Paper is a Family Business.
Go through our staff page, and you’ll find members of our team who are second and third-generation employees. 
Browse their bios, and you’ll see one phrase over and over: “Enjoys spending time with their family.”
It’s in that spirit that we’ve joined forces with Scholarship America to create a new scholarship program for the children and depends of plant personnel.
Recipients of this scholarship will receive a $2,500 award for the upcoming academic year. 

To be eligible, applicants must:

  • Be children or dependents of plant personnel (Plant personnel must work for current or prospective clients of Roosevelt)
  • Be high school seniors or graduates or current college undergraduates
  • Plan to enroll in undergraduate study at an accredited two- or four-year college, university, or vocational-technical school for the entire upcoming academic year
  • All majors welcome to apply

Important Dates:

Students may apply starting the week of March 9, 2020 and applications must be submitted by 3 p.m. (CST) on April 22, 2020  

To Apply:
For more information about the program and access to the online application, please visit: 
https://learnmore.scholarsapply.org/rooseveltpaper

 

SA logoAbout Scholarship America®

Since 1958, Scholarship America has distributed $4.2 billion to over 2.5 million students, making us the largest private scholarship and student support organization in the nation.

At Scholarship America, we’re passionate about student success. It’s what drives us. It’s what gets us up in the morning—developing leading solutions and partnering with people who also believe that a student should never, ever give up on their dream because they didn’t think it was a possibility.