THE SURETY & FIDELITY INDUSTRY INTERN AND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
How many points is an "A" worth on your school's grading scale?
Our scholarship is based on a 4-point scale (A = 4 points). If your school computes GPA on a 5-point scale, please indicate above and convert your final calculated GPA (overall and major) to a 4-point scale using the following formula: (GPA/5)*4.
If necessary, on a separate sheet list any honors, scholarships, or awards you have received while in college. Please indicate the granting organization, nature of the award and date.
List any extracurricular activities or organizations that you have actively participated in while completing your degree. Indicate your role within the organization, whether it is business, civic, charitable or religious, as well as the size of the organization. Please attach this document if you have one.
If you are a first-time applicant, please upload a response (500-1,000 words) to the following question:
When did you identify your major area of study? What experiences and influences led to your decision?
If you already have completed an intern assignment within the surety and fidelity industry, please submit a response (500-1,000 words) to the following questions:
Describe in detail your intern assignment(s) and its relationship to the surety/fidelity underwriting process. What have you learned from this experience that stimulates your interest in the surety/fidelity profession?
I certify that I am an underrepresented student (as defined within this applications) eligible for a Surety and Fidelity Industry Internship and Scholarship.
Additionally, I certify that I will use all funds I receive as a result of this application for expenses directly related to my studies.
Finally, I certify that all information provided in this application and all supporting documents are correct, complete and accurate.
Contact Janice Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org
For the purposes of this program, The Surety Foundation defines Underrepresented as those of African-American/Black, Native American/Alaskan Native, Asian/Pacific Islander or Hispanic ethnic origin, as well as female, LGBTQ, veteran and disabled students.