Share your idea for a product/service to help low-income neighborhood residents with their finances.
What to Submit
- Upload a 2-3 minute video describing your idea.
- Be an undergraduate student enrolled at a college in Massachusetts
- Be financial aid eligible, meaning you receive some form of financial aid from the government or your school
Santander Bank has an amazing commitment to support higher education. Since 1996, they've invested over $1.3B through their "Santander Universities" initiative (see more here)!
Santander is now joining ScholarJet in our action-based approach to scholarships and wants to hear your ideas about the future of banking.
The competition is to share your idea for a product/service to help low-income neighborhood residents with their finances. We encourage you to do research around the issues surrounding finances for low-income communities to make sure you're creating something that's relevant.
Top applicants will have the chance to have their work further publicized!
- Financial literacy
- Communication skills
Check out Santander's blog for inspiration.
Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions regarding how to submit, clarity on the competition details, or any questions you might have.
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