Risk Management Scholarships
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
- Overall academic achievement demonstrated by transcripts.
- Three letters of recommendation by faculty or advisers, including at least one from a Certified Fraud Examiner or local CFE chapter.
- An original 250-word essay on why the applicant deserves the scholarship and how fraud awareness will affect his or her professional career development.
Bermuda Foundation for Insurance Studies
- Exceptional GPA and completion of basic course in insurance and risk.
- Full-time student as undergraduate junior or senior returning to full-time schedule after completion of the programor full-time graduate student returning to a full-time schedule after completion of program.
- Fluent English.
- Application, essay, transcripts, and nomination.
Central Illinois FLMI Society
- Enrollment in an insurance related field of study.
- Maintenance of a grade point average of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale or 4.0 or above on a 5.0 scale.
- Currently a junior at a four-year school or in their last semester of study at a two-year school.
Doctoral Fellowships in Insurance & Risk Management
Deadline: February or March, with permission of the Executive Director
- Citizen of the U.S. or Canada.
- Obtained a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university.
Insurance Marketing & Management Service Jeffrey Nordhaus Memorial Scholarship
- Junior and seniors who plan to enter any aspect of marketing insurance and financial products.
- Transcript, letter of recommendation, and black and white photo.
Intermediary & Reinsurance Underwriters Association, Inc.
- Summer intern program.
- Send application, resume, and two faculty recommendations.
Million Dollar Round Table College Scholarship Program
- Full-time student.
- Senior upon entering fall semester.
- Exceptional GPA.
- Currently studying marketing of insurance and financial services.
- Able to receive endorsement from an academic.
- Able to attend the Annual Meeting in June.
NAIW Education Foundation
- Candidate for a bachelor’s or master’s degree in insurance and/or risk management.
- Completing or completed 2nd year of college.
- GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
Society of CPCU
- Rising senior pursuing a degree in insurance or risk management.
- Academic performance, organizational involvement, leadership potential, and interest in insurance are considered during selection.
Spencer Educational Foundation, Inc.
- Full-time undergraduate junior/senior or master’s degree candidate.
- Major or minor in a Risk Management discipline.
- Career objective in Risk Management
- Exceptional GPA.
- Relevant work experience and leadership skills.
- Strong academic and employer recommendations and application.
University Risk Management and Insurance Association
- Full-time student who has attained junior, senior, or graduate status by Fall of year prior to application year.
- Student successfully completed a minimum of 3 courses in insurance and/or risk management.
- Nomination by professor.
- Resume, career goals, and reasons for interests in insurance and risk management needed.