At Monitask, we believe in the value of the investment in knowledge and education. We strive to assist passionate university students who want to contribute to society positively. We hope that our scholarship program can help a worthy student to make the world a better place.
If you’re studying business or IT at any American College or University, you might qualify for Monitask’s $1000 (500 each half year) scholarship.
If you have out-of-box plans or ideas to improve your industry in positive ways, we can help you. So, if you qualify for this scholarship program, apply today using the following instructions.
In order to qualify for this scholarship award, you must be:
The application process for the Monitask scholarship program is as follows:
Write down an essay that explains your motivations for working in the tech or business industry. Also, explain your vision for contributing to your field of study.
Upload your essay to Google Drive, Dropbox, or any other cloud storage. Fill out the application form, and add the essay’s link to the form.
You must currently be a student in an accredited American college or university, studying in a business or IT major program. You must be maintaining a good GPA.
Monitask awards scholarship twice annually. So, submissions are due by June 1st for the fall and December 1st for the spring.
If you’re selected, Monitask will reach you via the email ID provided by you in your application.
You get only one chance to apply for the scholarship each semester. If you’re not selected, you can apply the next time with a different essay topic.
The top criteria we use to select the winner are financial needs, academic performance, community participation, and quality of the essay submitted.
Monitask is an all-in-one remote employee monitoring and business productivity toolkit. Time tracking software helps remote teams stay on track and allows for transparency. It has been designed for companies of all sizes with remote employers working on Mac or Windows computers. These include contractors, freelancers, remote employees, and those who work from home occasionally.