UNI Business awards over $500K in scholarships each yearCareer Scholars

The UNIBusiness Career Scholar Award is a work-study program for high-achieving business students to earn money and gain work experience in the College of Business Administration.

Career Scholars are selected from high school seniors who:

  • apply for admission and complete the UNIversity Scholarship Application (with the submission of high school transcripts) before Jan. 15 of their senior year
  • express interest in pursuing a business major
  • have a ACT composite score of 27 or above

Career Scholars

  • work approximately 12 hours per week during the 30-week academic year in the same building in which they have most of their classes.
  • are paid twice a month based on hours per month.
  • can earn up to $3,000 per year.
  • are eligible to work for up to four years (contingent on satisfactory performance)

Career Scholar jobs have included:

  • UNIBusiness Scholarships & Events Student Assistant
  • Wilson Chair Program Assistant (assisting the holder of the David W. Wilson Chair in business Ethics)
  • Academic Advising Student Assistant
  • UNIBusiness Communications Assistant
  • BCS Grant Research & Writer Assistant

Academic Excellence | Scholarships

UNI Business awards over $500K in scholarships each year

Career Scholars

The UNIBusiness Career Scholar Award is a work-study program for high-achieving business students to earn money and gain work experience in the College of Business Administration.

Career Scholars are selected from high school seniors who:

  • apply for admission and complete the UNIversity Scholarship Application (with the submission of high school transcripts) before Jan. 15 of their senior year
  • express interest in pursuing a business major
  • have a ACT composite score of 27 or above

Career Scholars

  • work approximately 12 hours per week during the 30-week academic year in the same building in which they have most of their classes.
  • are paid twice a month based on hours per month.
  • can earn up to $3,000 per year.
  • are eligible to work for up to four years (contingent on satisfactory performance)

Career Scholar jobs have included:

  • UNIBusiness Scholarships & Events Student Assistant
  • Wilson Chair Program Assistant (assisting the holder of the David W. Wilson Chair in business Ethics)
  • Academic Advising Student Assistant
  • UNIBusiness Communications Assistant
  • BCS Grant Research & Writer Assistant

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Academic Excellence | Scholarships

UNI Business awards over $500K in scholarships each year

Career Scholars

The UNIBusiness Career Scholar Award is a work-study program for high-achieving business students to earn money and gain work experience in the College of Business Administration.

Career Scholars are selected from high school seniors who:

  • apply for admission and complete the UNIversity Scholarship Application (with the submission of high school transcripts) before Jan. 15 of their senior year
  • express interest in pursuing a business major
  • have a ACT composite score of 27 or above

Career Scholars

  • work approximately 12 hours per week during the 30-week academic year in the same building in which they have most of their classes.
  • are paid twice a month based on hours per month.
  • can earn up to $3,000 per year.
  • are eligible to work for up to four years (contingent on satisfactory performance)

Career Scholar jobs have included:

  • UNIBusiness Scholarships & Events Student Assistant
  • Wilson Chair Program Assistant (assisting the holder of the David W. Wilson Chair in business Ethics)
  • Academic Advising Student Assistant
  • UNIBusiness Communications Assistant
  • BCS Grant Research & Writer Assistant

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