WinnCompanies Partners with uAspire for WinningEdge Scholarship Program
BOSTON (Apr. 13, 2020) – WinnCompanies announced the partnership of the WinningEdge Scholarship program with uAspire, a national nonprofit whose mission is ensuring that all young people have the financial information and resources necessary to find an affordable path to and through college.
The partnership with uAspire will provided the additional benefit of free financial advising to all first- and second-year scholarship applicants regardless of their award status. An online application was also another benefit of the new program.
Only residents of properties managed by WinnResidential or WinnResidential Military Housing Services and children/dependents of WinnCompanies employees are eligible for the scholarship. Applications will be accepted until Monday, May 5th, 2020. To review the required application documents and qualifications and to begin your application visit submittable.uaspire.com.
WinnCompanies, an award-winning multifamily development and management company, established the WinningEdge Scholarship in 2012 for qualifying residents of their managed communities, to demonstrate WinnCompanies’ commitment to improving the communities where they live and work, and to improve the quality of life for the people they serve. In 2018, an additional WinningEdge Scholarship program was created for children and dependents of WinnCompanies team members. In total over $390,000 in scholarship funds have been awarded since the initial program’s inception.
The WinningEdge scholarship program is a competitive process. Submission requirements include a 400-word personal statement, resume, Student Aid report, a completed Reference Request and copy of school transcripts. Applicants are evaluated based on performance and financial need. A volunteer committee of WinnCompanies employees evaluates all applications on a “blinded” basis – meaning that all personal or identifying information about an applicant is redacted before their application is evaluated.