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Pepsi Scholarship Opportunities

March 27, 2011 9:06 pm
posted by Carlo Evanson

Pepsi Scholarship OpportunitiesStudents across the globe are looking for ways in which to finance their education. While there are many ways to pay for college, scholarships are a great way to get money and not have to pay the money back.

Many students assume that the only scholarships they can apply for are from the college or university that they want to attend. While this is one way to qualify for free money, there are thousands of scholarship opportunities available to industrious students. They key is knowing where to look.

Few students know that Pepsi offers a variety of educational scholarships. There are a variety of ways to access information about Pepsi Scholarship opportunities. The easiest way to apply for a Pepsi scholarship is to do an Internet search for the specific scholarship you want to apply for. Then, follow the instructions and turn in the application by the correct due date. Following are a list of the scholarships that Pepsi offers.

Eastern Division of QTG $5,000 Renewable Scholarship

The Eastern Division of Quality, Trust & Growth, a Pepsi division, offers a $5,000 renewable scholarship to current freshman, sophomore, or junior students. To qualify, students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need. Specific majors include Business or general Liberal Arts with an emphasis on marketing or sales. Applicants must be able to demonstrate leadership skills in action, as well as community support through activities, volunteering, etc. The deadline for this scholarship is usually the end of February. Ten scholarships are available to students.

Pepsi Service Scholarship $1,000

This $1,000 scholarship is specific to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln students. Eligible students must be able to demonstrate financial need, as well as a commitment to community service.

Pepsi-Cola Public Affairs Scholarship

This scholarship is available exclusively for students attending Missouri State University. Applicants must have already completed 45 semester hours, maintained a GPA of 3.25 and have demonstrated a commitment to public service. Scholarship amounts vary each year.

Pepsi Scholarship Fund- American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation

High School students graduating from Marriot Hospitality High School in Washington, DC, can apply for this scholarship if they are enrolled in an undergraduate program that is hospitality related and they have worked at least 250 hours in the hospitality industry. Applicants must be nominated by Marriot Hospitality High School, and must have a 3.0 GPA. Scholarships range from $500 – $3000.

Wayne State University – Pepsi /Frito Lay Scholarship

Any high school seniors, who have participated in the Wayne State University Upward Bound Program for two years, are eligible to apply for this scholarship. All applicants must be able to show that they have been accepted to a post-secondary institution in order to receive this award. The scholarship is renewable for up to four years, if the recipient maintains honor roll status that their college or university.

For all Pepsi Scholarships available visit this Pepsi Scholarships Page!

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6 Responses to “Pepsi Scholarship Opportunities”

  1. anthony kingsley says:

    Please help me my parent can’t afford the money to raise me and I need a scholarship for my education.

  2. Sharon C.Chacon says:

    Dear Sir or Madam:
    Thank you for taking the time to read this email. I have a few concerns I would like to inquire about: first; are there scholarships available for students in Florida, second; what are the requirements for acceptance, finally; what are the time-slots for submitting applications.

    Thank you for your assistance, look forward to any information you can provide.

    Sincerely,
    Sharon C. Chacon

  3. HELP! i need money for school please and thankyou(:

  4. Ariel Ashcraft says:

    Hey. i am looking for a way to pay for college. i will be the first out of my whole family to go to college. please help. thank you kindly. :)

  5. Good Morning,
    My name Is Matthew and I am finding it very difficult to pay for college. I have been working very hard to keep my GPA above a 3.0 and a weighted GPA of 3.7 because they say with those GPA’s getting scholarships and help with funding will be easy. Well thats not the case with me. My mother and step-father make too much to beable for me to get any financial aid but they are barely able to make ends meet everymonth. I will be the first to go to college in my family and that scholarship is hard to come by. Everything is based on financial aid and unfortunately my parents became responsible enough to have jobs to take of them selves, never once using the “welfare” sytstem to survive and doing so without futhering thier education by going to college. So I was just taking a shot in the dark to see if maybe “Pepsi” would take me on and help me with funding me so I can further my education. I like my parents do not wish to milk the economy for all its worth and am willing to work hard and do my part in life and not sit around waiting for handouts from a failing government. Even though I am asking for a handout for college, its for a great cause and I have to work hard to keep it. So in turn I am actually working for this. I hope you consider me. Thank you for your time.
    ~Matthew Lee Bumgardner class of 2012 Jax. Fl.

  6. Shukuru says:

    hello, i am looking for financial assistance in my Masters studies here in Tanzania. I planned to study MSC in environmental studies at OPEN University. Thank you for your assistance, look forward to any information you can provide.
    sincerely,
    Shurlock


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