Did you know in a study from Florida Atlantic University, 34 percent of students surveyed admitted to being a victim of cyberbullying once in their lifetime? Many of us have encountered instances of cyberbullying or know someone who has been affected. As an online forum, Talk of The Villages, is dedicated to protecting its users from any form of harassment, and we are thrilled to announce our scholarship, Students Affected by Cyberbullying. This $1,000 scholarship is intended for students who have experienced cyberbullying or continue to do so.
Cyberbullying may be committed by computer, through social media platforms, or cell phone, among other outlets. It can be persistent, hurtful, and damaging. Talk of The Villages wants to lend a helping hand in fighting cyberbullying, and help students affected achieve their full academic potential.
Write a 500-1,000 word essay about an experience you or someone you know had with cyberbullying and what you did, and what advice you would give someone also dealing with cyberbullying.
Please apply for the scholarship and we look forward to reading the essays and awarding this scholarship.
- You or someone you know has been directly affected by cyberbullying.
- You must be currently or have been accepted in an accredited college/university/trade school in the US.
- You must be a citizen of the US.
Deadline for Applications: June 30, 2019
Deadline & Instructions
You must submit the below form with all required attachments—in order to be considered. Incomplete or incorrect applications cannot be considered. Please include a copy of your college/university transcript along with a 500-1,000 word essay on about an experience you or someone you know had with cyberbullying and what you did, and what advice you would give someone also dealing with cyberbullying.
Please email us with questions: email@example.com
Scholarship Terms and Conditions
The Students Affected by Cyberbullying scholarship is open to undergraduate and post-graduate students at accredited colleges and universities in the United States. You must be scheduled to enroll in classes within one academic year of the deadline for the scholarship. Winners will be determined by a committee, and the decision of the committee is final. We are not responsible for technical issues that cause an application not to be received by the deadline.
We will notify the winner within 60 days of the scholarship. After notifying the winner, we notify all applicants of their status.
This is an equal opportunity for all eligible applicants. The choice of the winner will be based on the essay and meeting the scholarship requirements. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, sexual preference, age, disability, national origin or any other protected status.