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Indiana State seeking applicants for the Networks Scholarship

November 22, 2011

Indiana State University is seeking applications from high school seniors for the Networks Scholarship program.

Recipients of the Networks Scholarship, which includes a four-year, full in-state tuition scholarship, along with a $3,000 professional development account and a laptop computer, also participate in the Networks Professional Development Program. The program, offered by Networks Financial Institute in ISU's Scott College of Business, provides selected students an award-winning, four-year curriculum designed to cultivate leadership, management, teamwork and career skills. Students also receive access to internships and international travel opportunities. Through various programs and events, Networks Scholars also meet and develop professional relationships with corporate mentors, faculty and alumni.

The program is open to high school seniors admitted to ISU who are planning to major in one of the academic programs offered by the Scott College. Academic requirements for the scholarship are a minimum 3.25 high-school GPA and a combined score of at least 1,000 on the SAT math and verbal sections.

The application deadline for priority consideration is December 1, 2011. For more information about the program and the scholarship opportunity, visit www.isunetworks.org or contact David Wagner, assistant director, Networks Professional Development Program at 812-237-7628 or david.wagner@indstate.edu 

Contact: David Wagner, assistant director, Networks Professional Development Program, Networks Financial Institute, Scott College of Business, Indiana State University, 812-237-7628 or david.wagner@indstate.edu.

Writer: Austin Arceo, assistant director of media relations, Office of Communications and Marketing, Indiana State University, 812-237-3790 or austin.arceo-negrich@indstate.edu.

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Recipients of the Networks Scholarship, which includes a four-year, full-tuition scholarship, along with a $3,000 professional development account and a laptop computer, also participate in the Networks Professional Development Program.

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