Ten Hardworking Students Will be Awarded $1,000 Scholarships
February 26, 2020 – DALLAS – TBK Bank, SSB announced today that it is now accepting applications for its 2020 TBK Scholars Program, which will award ten $1,000 scholarships to hard working students seeking to make a difference in their communities.
“Applicants are asked to write an essay about how they will use their education to make a difference right here in our community,” said John DeDoncker, President of the Midwest Division of TBK Bank. “It’s exciting to learn about the big dreams these students have for their futures and the passion they have to use their education to make their community better.”
This scholarship program is based on the following criteria:
•A high school senior on track to graduate in the Spring of 2020
•A current resident in a county where TBK Bank currently has a branch
•Entering an accredited 2 or 4 year school in the Fall of 2020 as a freshman
•Must be able to provide documentation on high school transcripts and college acceptance
•Must demonstrate financial need, as determined by family income level
•Write 750-word Personal Essay Statement
For the full list of eligibility details and to access the application, please visit the TBK Bank’s website https://tbkbank.com/tbkscholars/. If you have any questions about the scholarship or about accepted forms of income verification, please email email@example.com.
All completed applications must be delivered to a local TBK Bank branch no later than Wednesday, April 15, 2020.
“We are excited to continue the TBK Scholars Program in 2020,” said Brandi Dunn, Director of Community Engagement for TBK Bank. “Training Future Leaders is one of our core philanthropic values and this scholarship program allows us to invest in our local communities by investing in local students.”
This is the second year for the TBK Scholars program. Last year’s recipients attended College of the Holy Cross, Fort Hays State University, Illinois State, Judson University, Otero Junior College, St. Ambrose University, The University of Texas at Arlington, University of Colorado Bounder, University of Northern Colorado and University of Utah.
2019 TBK Scholars Program recipient Emily Brodbeck recently told the company, “I just completed my first semester at St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. Academically, I was particularly challenged in my biology course in which I conducted my own scientific research at a nearby marsh. I want to thank TBK Bank once again for your contribution to my higher education as I work towards becoming a Doctor of Physical Therapy.”
TBK Bank created the TBK Scholars Program in 2019 with the goal of helping train future leaders in the communities it serves.