Benjamin Gordon Scholarship 2021, USA

Publish Date: Jan 31, 2021

Deadline: Mar 01, 2021


The Benjamin Gordon Palm Beach Scholarship is a merit based scholarship for college and university students. He is an industry leader in supply chain management who is involved in numerous philanthropic engagements, and is also particularly interested in assisting students with their higher education goals. He is also concerned with the increasing cost of education in the United States, and also hopes to use whatever means available to him in order to offset this burden. Gordon is also a strong advocate for education, and also believes that it is the key to a successful career, he hopes to use the Benjamin Palm Beach scholarship to support the future leaders of the world.


Benjamin Gordon Scholarship Details


Benjamin Gordon is proud to announce his inaugural scholarship of $1000. Gordon is interested in supporting those with strong financial needs. Gordon has revolutionized the world of supply chain management, and also would be especially interested in supporting a student who has an interest in the industry, although all majors may apply. In order to be eligible for the Benjamin scholarship, an applicant must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university, and also the scholarship is open to students of any class standing.


Applicants must submit all application materials no later than March 1, 2021. No late applications will be considered.


How to Apply


The Benjamin Gordon scholarship recipient will be selected based off a choice of the following 700-850 word essays (choose one):


 “How do global health crises and other major world events impact supply chain companies, and also what can these companies do to effectively mitigate these changes?”


“How will technology impact the future of supply chain companies?”

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