Social Impact Initiative
The Social Impact Initiative Scholarships are long-term commitments to providing access to education through scholarships, sponsors, partners, stakeholders, and leaders within networks and communities. An inclusive network built on the core competencies of critical thinking and strategic planning skills in analytics and technology across borders.
Identify and provide scholarship and academic support to 8-12th grade youth who aspire to learn more about Analytics and STEM fields.
Give access to vital educational resources and membership to highly capable young people. Cultivating skill sets that will prepare them for successful careers in a variety of professions.
How To Apply
To apply for a Social Impact Scholarship, submit your application online through the link below or above.
Scholarships are accepted on a rolling basis.
Picture of yourself
The picture must be in clear and in color.
Essay or Video
Describe what your interests are and how analytics can help grow your knowledge in addition to your current education, in 250 words or less or
A 90 second or less video can be submitted as a substitute for the essay on the same question.
We will contact each applicant within 2 weeks of submittal.
Consideration for a Social Impact Scholarship, you must: be in middle school 8th grade or high school in need of financial assistance. Demonstrate a passion for analytics, technology and STEM.
Demonstrate leadership at school or in your community.
Be a US citizen
Must not have reached the age of 19.
Application is open to all qualified students.
To a worldwide ecosystem of like minded
experts across industries.
With skills that are and will be needed in this Fourth Industrial Revolution within analytics and STEM introduced by:
Learning and development
Upskilling across discipline
Leverage of social capital
Strengthen of hard and soft skills
What Student Do
Learn how to process knowledge (explain, interpret, apply, perspective, empathize, self-knowledge).
Use research and inquiry-based discussion to generate ideas.
Produce knowledge rather than just receiving it.
Ask the kinds of questions about data that make them participants in school-wide, citywide, nationwide, and worldwide discussions in all fields.