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The 2013 application is now closed.
Phase One notifications have been sent to all applicants. If you have not received notification, or have questions regarding your application, please contact our Help Desk at 855-509-5253 or by emial at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Exception: students with documented learning differences.
**The average family income of our previous class of Young Scholars was approximately $25,000. We take into consideration: high cost of living expenses in some areas, extraordinary medical expenses, number of dependents in college, number of dependents, and high cost of supporting children with learning differences.
Please review the Young Scholars Program eligibility requirements found in the FAQs for more information.
NEW TWO-PHASE APPLICATION
For the first time this year, the Young Scholars Program will have a two-phase application process.
Phase One application requirements will include:
If you are selected as a semifinalist based on your Phase One application, you will be invited to submit additional information in Phase Two of the application process.
Phase Two application requirements will include:
As you are preparing your Phase One application, we strongly encourage you to begin preparing for Phase Two so that you will be able to submit your Phase Two application quickly should you be invited to do so.
The 2013 Young Scholars Program application is now CLOSED.
Many of your questions will be answered in the Young Scholars Program FAQs
Regional Talent Centers
The Foundation collaborates with regional talent centers at Duke, Johns Hopkins, and Northwestern Universities, and the Center for Bright Kids to inform students, families, and schools about the Young Scholars Program and answer related inquiries.