At Big Blanket Co we believe everyone - regardless of --
ethnicity, background and income level -- should be able to dream BIG. We
envision a future where prospects, opportunities and access to essential needs
like education are more readily available to everyone than they are today.
That's why we've created our DREAM BIG SCHOLARSHIP.
We are offering a $1,500 scholarship to two
exceptional students per year in the hopes of making a small difference in
their lives. To qualify:
Your gross household income must be under $50,000
You must be enrolled at an accredited college or university
in the United States in an undergraduate or graduate business program
Essay submission deadlines are October 15th for the Fall
semester and April 15th for the Spring semester.
Our goal is to help students with financial need to
thrive and bring about change for a more equitable society.
Big Blanket Dream Big Scholarship USA is available to undertake Undergraduate, Graduate level programs at .
any enrolled subject at graduate or undegraduate level.
$1,500 given out twice annually (Spring and Fall Semesters)
A cozy new Big Blanket to keep you comfortable while you study
Applicant’s household must
have a combined gross income under $50,000
be enrolled at an accredited college or university in the United States in an undergraduate or graduate business program
be a legal resident of the United States or hold a valid student Visa
complete and submit essay and application to [email protected] by October 15, 2020 (Fall Semester) or April 15, 2021 (Spring Semester)Must be able to provide proof of college or university enrollment upon request
be able to provide proof of household income upon requestOnly one entry per student is permitted
not be an employee of Big Blanket Co and associated companies
In 500 words or less, provide a response to one of the
following three topics:
Explain how you plan on using your education in business to
help bring positive, equitable change in the United States.
Discuss one to three different ways that the greater business
community in the United States can contribute to equatibility for underserved
communities and groups.
Discuss ideas for bringing about greater access to education
within your own community.
*Note: Please edit your essay and provide us with your final
version. We are not looking for draft copies. Once you have completed your
essay, please email it to [email protected] by October 15 (Fall
Semester) or April 15 (Spring Semester) and include your full name, address,
phone number, your combined household annual income, and the name of the
educational institution you are attending. Also, please send the document in
Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx).