Essay identity theft

Eligible students will:

  • Write an essay of no fewer than 800 words about your credit score and why it is important for your future success. Students must also explore how their credit reports will positively or negatively affect their lives during the next 10 years, and what they can do now to improve their credit scores. Competitive candidates will describe and demonstrate knowledge of credit scores, connect the significance of college years to the credit report, and discuss why improving the candidate's credit score can improve his or her future. YouTube submissions are strongly encouraged, although not required. Videos should be no longer than 4 minutes. (Essays submitted via YouTube must also be submitted in writing.)
  • Submit a content contribution agreement along with the essay.
    1. Scanned application of student ID verifying student status
    2. Current official or unofficial transcript
    3. Essay
    4. Content Contribution Agreement
  • Submit completed materials here: scholarship@

Essay identity theft

essay identity theft

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