Topics: Higher education, Tertiary education, Human resource management Pages: 4 (878 words) Published: February 18, 2013

Scholarship Program

Scholarship Benefits
As an organization that is dedicated to the development of compensation professionals and growth of the professional network of compensation professionals in the Silicon Valley, the Silicon Valley Compensation Association knows the benefit of engaging and helping develop our future colleagues. The Silicon Valley Compensation Association is offering scholarships for students concentrating in Human Resources.

Recipients of the one-year scholarship will be awarded:
• Silicon Valley Compensation Association membership for one year (12 month following the scholarship grant) • Free attendance at all Silicon Valley Compensation Association meeting and seminars for one year (12 month following the scholarship grant) • $1,000 to contribute to the costs of your tertiary education [pic]Eligibility Criteria

The scholarship is open to all students studying Human Resources Management who are enrolled at a certified tertiary education institution who are in need of assistance toward professional development and certification. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required. [pic]

Application, Review and Certification Process
Scholarship candidates must submit a complete application to be considered. Candidates will submit their application through the San Jose State University Scholarship Application Process The scholarship application package must include the following materials: • Completed application form

• 200-word essay
• Resume or CV
• Letter of recommendation from faculty or professional mentor • Proof of enrollment at a certified tertiary education institution in Human Resources related field, and the minimum 3.0 GPA • Have completed or are currently enrolled in a compensation class The 200-word essay should describe the importance of compensation knowledge to your HR career development. This essay should include an explanation of why the scholarship is needed. The Silicon...
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