Degrees4Kids

We award college academic scholarships to those individuals who have exhibited outstanding growth within Cabins4Kids and within their communities. Our scholarships are awarded on merit, involvement with Cabins4Kids, as well as academic accomplishment.

Applicants are eligible following the completion of their freshman year of college. Applicants must demonstrate a minimum of a 2.75 GPA and be involved with Cabins4Kids for a minimum of four years. The annual scholarship due date is June 15th and scholarship recipients will be announced at Cabins4Kids camp each year. The scholarship may only be awarded to the same applicant for four years. The maximum scholarship per applicant is $1,000. Scholarships will be distributed to the applicants’ college, university, or technical school pending proof of enrollment and compliance with the code of ethics.

Applicants may submit their application directly through the website. Essay responses should be 500 words or less.

Name *
Name
Address *
Address
Phone (Home) *
Phone (Home)
Phone (Mobile)
Phone (Mobile)
Are you a previous recipient of a Degrees4Kids scholarship?
High School Address *
High School Address
Graduation Date *
Graduation Date
List any extra-curricular activities you participated in during high school.
List any awards or special recognitions you received while in high school.
College (or trade/tech school) you are attending or plan to attend.
College Address *
College Address
Anticipated Graduation Date *
Anticipated Graduation Date
List any extra-curricular activities you participated in while in college.
List any awards or special recognitions you received while in college.
List any leadership positions you have held in the past ten years.
What is your favorite memory as a Cabins4Kids camper and/or counselor?
What is motivating you to pursue a higher education? What degree/certification/trade have you chosen to pursue, and why?
A 2014 article from The Economist poses the question: Is college worth it? The article discusses the raising costs of higher education and whether or not the investment of money and time into higher education produces a worthwhile return of employment and job security. What are your thoughts on this?
What is the biggest social issue facing American youth today? What are some things you propose Americans can do to overcome this issue? (i.e. gender discrimination, gay marriage, racial prejudice, abortion, gun control, social media bullying, etc.)