Full-time traditional undergraduate students who are active members in Young Life are eligible for a scholarship for their first year (transfer students not eligible). Any active member of Young Life who enrolls and completes the Young Life Leadership Training Course (a non-credit class during the fall semester), and after completion of the class, holds a leadership position either through Young Life or on Roberts' campus will receive additional funding each year after their freshmen year. This can be renewable each year for up to three (3) academic years after freshmen year.
The Young Life Leadership Training Course is open to both active members in Young Life and anyone else interested in the training course. Students must take the class during their first-year freshman or during a transfer student's first fall semester at Roberts.For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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