About Our scholarships
Méndez Scholarships Non-Profit is passionate about funding servant leadership scholarships; and, genuinely recognizes that our prospective applicant’s on-going servant leadership is the key factor in their academic and professional long-term success. About Our scholarships: we humbly hope to play a small, encouraging role in building our scholarship recipient’s servant leadership abilities. Whether propspective applicants are in an undergraduate, graduate or post-graduate UK or USA-based business, engineering, pharmacy or refugee protections academic program, we strive to deliver integrity in our scholarship review process. We strive to meet tuition funding needs provided prospective applicants honestly demonstrate on-going, verifiable servant leadership in a community, in their work place or on-campus. Servant leadership to those who have less goes beyond volunteering; and, acknowledges the value and worth in every human being. Over the decades, our scholarship recipients have served generously, graciously and willingly to identify the needs of those who have less and delivered tangible solutions. In some cases, even injustices have been remedied! This is the chief cornerstone of Biblical servant leadership whether or not the prospective applicant has an intimate relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ ~
Step 1 – prospective applicants may introduce yourselves via our online form using your university domain address.
Please note: no public domain email addresses like AOL, GMail or MSN.
Step 2 – prospective applicants must state in your introduction the academic program you are actively-attending, your year in the program, and your university’s name.
Step 3 – prospective applicants must provide a current, on-going servant leadership example either in a community, in the workplace, or on-campus.
Please note: volunteering is not servant leadership per our criteria.
Step 4 – prospective applicants please wait for our reply a) inviting you to apply, b) encouraging you to gain servant leadership experience, c) requesting further clarification or d) your academic program doesn’t qualify.