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Offered by International Association of Black Actuaries
The IABA Scholarship Program annually awards between $1,500 and $5,000 to undergraduate and graduate-level black students who are interested in pursuing an actuarial career. Applicants must also be currently enrolled in a U.S.-based college or university, have earned a minimum math score of 600 on the SAT or a minimum math score of 28 on the ACT (or equivalent testing results outside the U.S.), be attempting (or have already passed) an actuarial exam, and be completing (or have already completed) Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) requirements.
If you’re a black post-secondary student pursuing an actuarial career, we encourage you to apply! Keep on reading to learn more.
The International Association of Black Actuaries is a professional and student member organization whose mission is to contribute to an increase in the number of black actuaries and to influence the successful career development, civic growth and achievement of black actuaries.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
College & Graduate Students
US Citizens, Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, Other
Applicants must have earned a minimum math score of 600 on the SAT or a minimum math score of 28 on the ACT (or equivalent testing results outside the U.S.)
To apply for this scholarship, submit the below application materials before the deadline.
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