About Our scholarships

Mendez Scholarships Non-Profit genuinely recognizes that our candidate applicant’s on-going servant leadership roles are one of the key qualities in their academic and professional long-term success. About Our scholarships, we humbly hope to play a small; but, encouraging role in helping build our scholarship recipient’s servant leadership success. Whether our candidate applicants are in a four-year university business, engineering, or pharmacy program, we strive to deliver integrity in our scholarship review process. We want to meet tuition funding needs provided applicants honestly demonstrate on-going, verifiable servant leadership in a community, in their work place or on-campus. Service to others in a leadership capacity beyond volunteering 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 strive to deliver tangible solutions. In some cases, even injustices have been remedied! This is the chief cornerstone of Biblical servant leadership whether or not the university student has an intimate relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ ~

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Step 1 – prospective applicants may introduce yourselves via our online form using your university domain address (NO AOL, GMAIL, HOTMAIL, MSN, YAHOO, or public email domains accepted).

 

Step 2 – prospective applicants must state in your online 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 either inviting you to apply or encouraging you to gain servant leadership experience or advising you that your academic program is outside of business, engineering, and pharmacy.

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