The Morgan Moses Foundation Homework Help Scholarship

Welcome!

A little Homework Help can go a long way! Which is why we brought this Tutor.com program from The Princeton Review to you and are covering the $750 fee as a scholarship for unlimited help on your courses. To help you succeed both inside and outside of school, it is important to learn your core subjects and time management.

I know the feeling of struggling and not doing well. After being there myself and not doing well in high school, initially I wasn’t able to play football in college. Until I got the help I needed! It’s time to get the help you need to bridge any skills or educational gaps.

This program is designed to help you do well in school, even up to a grade point better, but you must put in the time and effort as well. Think of it as practicing your sport to get better; but instead you’re practicing your studies and expanding your mind to do better academically.

I’ll be keeping my eye on you and will be watching your progress along the way.

Morgan Moses

Washington Redskin #76

Who are we?

The Morgan Moses Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in October 2015 by Morgan Moses of the Washington Redskins. The purpose of this foundation is to motivate children through educational activities. Morgan has made it his life’s mission to encourage all, and show how education can be a driving force for success.

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Scholarship Parameters

  • All applications and essays are due by February 28, 2017

  • Copy of student’s most recent report card must be submitted for consideration. Upon acceptance of the scholarship report cards for each marking period and interims must be submitted for progress assessment.

  • Tutoring is limited to current subject(s) via Tutor.com.

  • Tutoring is for one calendar year (January 1 – December 31) regardless of your start date.

  • Sophomore students may have an opportunity to be considered for a second year scholarship if deemed warranted by the Morgan Moses Foundation Board. This would be contingent on the students’ goals having been meet, with positive measurable:

    • A second application process is necessary for a scholarship in Year 2.

  • Scholarships are non-transferrable.

  • Once enrolled in Tutor.com, three (3) missed sessions deems a student inactive.

Student Applicant Criteria: 

  • Sophomore or Junior in high school

  • Open to current students in City of Richmond or Chesterfield County Schools, Fairfax and Loudoun Counties, in Virginia.

  • Student must be in good standing overall with no adverse behaviors or truancies (required letter of recommendation from teacher/counselor – see below).

  • Student may not be failing in more than two (2) core subjects.

  • Computer and Internet accessibility required to qualify for services.

Instructions:

Answer each of the following four essay questions. Each question must be answered with a minimum of 250 words per question, typed, double-spaced, and size 12 Times New Roman. Completed essays must be e-mailed to the following address to be considered: mike@morganmosesfoundation.com

Or, you can mail your answers and any supporting materials for why you are interested in the Morgan Moses Foundation Homework help to:

Mike Smith
Executive Director
Morgan Moses Foundation
1818 Library St., Suite 500
Reston, VA 20190

Essay Questions:

1) Why do you want the Morgan Moses Homework Help Scholarship?
2) Who is your role model? How do they inspire you?
3) Where would you like to be in 5 years? How will you accomplish that goal?
4) What do you do to overcome obstacles in your school or daily life?

Scholarship winners will be announced in February on a rolling basis. Homework Help is available throughout Spring Semester, Summer Term and Fall Semester, 2017. You are able to access Tutor.com and communicate with your teachers – all of whom are either current or former teachers of these core subjects, anytime day or night.

Parent, Teacher or School Counselor Agreement:

Please provide the Morgan Moses Foundation with an e-mail or letter from a parent, teacher or your school counselor indicating that you are willing to try Morgan Moses Foundation Homework Help tutoring. This is a reference note and can be a very brief sentence or two from an adult in your life who is aware you want to build core educational skills.

Thank you for applying for the Morgan Moses Foundation Homework Help scholarship!

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