About the Scholarship
The Liberty Mutual Scholarship is organized by the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP), a foundation that encourages the value of wearable safety gear at the workplace, encouraging employers to make New Year’s resolutions to monitor tiredness of employees and reduce any accidents.
Liberty Mutual Scholarship grants support applicants with monetary rewards to pay for their education. It for those who demonstrate their need for financial assistance by submitting necessary documents.
What is the scholarship application procedure?
The following documents are required to apply for the Liberty Mutual Scholarship:
A completed copy of the student's application, which can be found online on the official website of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) must be submitted.
An official transcript of a student must be submitted to demonstrate their excellence in academics.
A student must answer the questions mentioned in the application.
A reference letter from a certified source, mentioning an individual's involvement in occupational safety and health-related field for 12+ credit hours in one semester.
The required documents are required to be submitted online on or before the deadline date.
The Liberty Mutual Scholarship awards 2 non-renewable monetary scholarship of $5500 every academic year.
In addition to the monetary benefits, scholars may also get an opportunity to visit a professional Safety-Technology conference.
The Liberty Mutual Scholarship applications and other required documents must be submitted online on or before 11:59 p.m. of the deadline date of December 1.
Students submitting application post the deadline will be disqualified and won't be considered for the valuation.
The eligibility criteria to apply for the Liberty Mutual Scholarship are:
Enrollment for 12 credit hours or more at an accredited four-year college or university is mandatory to be eligible for this scholarship.
A candidate must be exceptional in their academics and maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or above.
The student's ASSE Student membership proof must be submitted to confirm their involvement.
A completed period of 60 undergraduate credit hours or more at the time of application, but must no graduation before May following the deadline date.
The pursuit of a degree in occupational safety and health or a closely related field. Examples of a closely related field are industrial and environmental engineering, other science degrees, and possibly business. In these cases, the student needs to make a strong case he/she is committed to safety through his/her completion of elective courses, personal statement, faculty recommendation, involvement with the ASSE student chapter, work experience, etc.
A recipient must be a legal resident of the United States or eligible non-US citizen.
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