As an outstanding student, you can further your education through the Chevron U.S. REACH Scholarship program. Check the guide below to see the requirements for the scholarship program.
About Chevron U.S. REACH Scholarship Program
REACH – (Recognizing Excellence and ACHievement)
Chevron gives people access to energy, which helps them improve and gives us the benefits of modern life. Because of this, they never stop working to give the millions of people who depend on them across the world energy that is dependable, affordable, and getting cleaner.
Chevron has a scholarship program for the dependents of its workers and retirees. Students who plan to go to a two- or four-year accredited college, university, or vocational-technical school full-time are encouraged to apply for the program, which was made to recognize and help them.
The administrator of the Chevron U.S. REACH Scholarship is Scholarship America®. It is the leading designer and manager of scholarships and other education support programs for businesses, foundations, associations, and individuals and oversees the administration of this program. The sponsor is the only one who decides if a program is eligible, and the staff at Scholarship America looks over any eligible applications. Awards are given regardless of national origin, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or race.
How Much is the Scholarship?
Depending on how much financial need they can prove, the student will receive an award of between $1,500 and $2,000 per year if chosen. $2,000 for each year of a four-year college. $1,500 for each year of a two-year college or vocational-technical school. Students who meet the requirements and don’t show any financial need are eligible for a one-time honorarium.
Chevron Scholarship Requirements
To qualify for the Chevron US REACH Scholarship program, you must meet these requirements:
- Children (natural, legally adopted, or stepchildren) of active U.S.-payroll workers of Chevron and its fully-owned subsidiaries.
- Note: This applies to the children of retired employees as well as the kids of domestic partners who reside with the employee (and who must meet and continue to meet all requirements outlined in Chevron’s “Affidavit of Domestic Partnership” and be internally registered with Chevron by having submitted an Affidavit of Domestic Chevron Partnership that has been accepted by Chevron). Children of U.S. payroll retirees must either meet the minimum requirement of 75 Human Resources-calculated points or have 20 years of service before retirement to be eligible for the REACH program. The retiree cannot additionally work at a rival energy company.
- Be currently enrolled in a full-time program of study at an approved two- or four-year college, university, or vocational-technical school for the entire forthcoming academic year, or be currently enrolled as a freshman in college.
- Have a GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
What are the Required Documents?
Applicants must provide a complete and current transcript of grades. Unofficial transcripts or online transcripts must include the student’s name, the name of the school, grades, credit hours, and the term each course was taken.
Note: Your application is incomplete until you submit these documents electronically.
How to Apply for Chevron Scholarship
Follow the guide to applying for the Chevron Scholarship Program:
- Go to the Scholarship America website.
- Log in (if you are an existing user) or sign in (if you are a new user).
- Search for the Chevron REACH Scholarship.
- Fill out the application form.
- Submit the required documents.
Applicants can qualify for the Chevron scholarship based on the following:
- Academic record
- An online recommendation
- School and community activities
- Work experience
- A list of your educational and professional ambitions
- Unusual personal or family circumstances
Chevron uses Scholarship America to handle scholarship payouts. A single check for payment, made out to the school, is mailed to the recipient’s home address no later than mid-October. The award can be used to cover educational costs such as tuition, fees, books, supplies, and other relevant costs.
When is the Scholarship Deadline?
Applications for the Chevron Scholarship end on February 13.
Applicants must endeavor to apply before the closing date.
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