The Running of the Bulls®, Inc. is pleased to announce a scholarship program designed to benefit immigrants or children of immigrants in the United States who want to further their education. It is our mission to help tomorrow’s promising leaders meet today’s education expenses. The Scholarship for Immigrants is granting an award of $1,000 for the upcoming academic year.
Please read on to learn more about eligibility requirements and how to apply.
Who Is Eligible?
To be eligible for the scholarship award, candidates must be immigrants or children of immigrants in the United States.
All candidates must be attending a 4-year college program or accepted to a 4-year program OR accepted at or attending a graduate program within the U.S.
All candidates must provide current transcript reflecting a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Candidates are asked to submit a 1,500-2,000-word essay based on the following topic:
How will my life change because of my college/university education?
The application deadline is June 1, 2021. The winner of the scholarship award will be announced within 30 days after the deadline.
Applications must contain:
- Completed scholarship application (click to download pdf form)
- Proof of college acceptance OR attendance
- Current transcripts
Please email you application submission to: [email protected]
Anyone who applies to the Running of the Bulls Scholarship for Immigrants agrees that we may post essays provided in the submissions on all affiliated Running of the Bulls® websites and social media platforms.
About Running of the Bulls®
Founded in 2007, Running of the Bulls, Inc. is the premier English-language authority on the history and traditions behind the San Fermin Festival. Our goal is to provide comprehensive information and travel tips for people who are interested in attending the annual summer festivities in Pamplona, Spain and to offer candid guidance for those who want to participate the bull runs. We are proud to promote the San Fermin Fiesta abroad and facilitate access to first-rate travel services throughout the Pamplona region with the help of more than 35 veteran team members.