About Benjamin Gordon Scholarship
The Benjamin Gordon Scholarship is a testament to Benjamin Gordon’s commitment to fostering education and nurturing the next generation of leaders. As the Founder and Managing Partner at Cambridge Capital and a renowned figure in the supply chain management sector, Benjamin understands the pivotal role education plays in shaping the future. His extensive experience in the industry, combined with his philanthropic endeavors, has led to the establishment of this merit-based scholarship.
The Scholarship’s Vision
The increasing cost of higher education in the United States is a concern for many. Recognizing this challenge, the Benjamin Gordon Scholarship aims to provide financial assistance to deserving students, helping them achieve their academic aspirations without the looming burden of tuition fees. Benjamin Gordon, an advocate for education, believes that it is the cornerstone of a successful career. Through the Benjamin Gordon Scholarship, he hopes to support future leaders and innovators, empowering them to make impactful contributions to their respective fields.
Benjamin Gordon is proud to offer this inaugural scholarship of $1000. While he has revolutionized the world of supply chain management, Benjamin is particularly interested in supporting students who share a passion for the industry. However, the scholarship is open to students of all majors and from any accredited college or university.
To be eligible, applicants must be currently enrolled in an accredited institution and can be of any class standing.
Applicants are invited to submit an essay of 700-850 words addressing one of the specified topics related to supply chain management. The essays should reflect the applicant’s understanding, research, and unique perspective on the chosen topic.
All submissions for the Benjamin Gordon Scholarship should be sent via email to email@example.com. The email should include the essay as a WORD-DOC attachment, along with the student’s full name, contact number, mailing address, .EDU email address, expected graduation date, name of the college/university currently attending, GPA, and a brief personal biography.