This scholarship is designed to provide educational funds for Salvation Army soldiers of the Metropolitan Division who are involved in an accredited college medical program. Scholarships are available for studies of all undergraduate and master’s level graduate medical studies.
Here is where you can find information on Central Territory Scholarship Resources:
The 2020 Faith in Action Scholarship: The Salvation Army Metropolitan Division believes in investing in its young people and preparing them to be leaders in their corps, communities, and families. Normally, we are only able to offer one round of scholarships for the academic year, however we recognize that many are facing unforeseen difficulty due to the events of 2020. Therefore, we are pleased to offer a special academic scholarship of $1500 to 20 individuals who have shown creative leadership and fortitude of faith during COVID-19. The year 2020 has pressed us all to experience life differently, and we are excited to award those who have shown resiliency and engagement in their faith, maintained participation in their faith communities, and who have consistently remained engaged with the urgent issues our world is facing.
Scholarships Available: Any individual who meets the below eligibility requirements may apply and be awarded the Faith in Action Scholarship. Individuals who have already received scholarships in 2020, such as the Leadership Scholarship or Medical Scholarship may apply and be considered eligible for the Faith in Action Scholarship. Application Details:
Procedures: 1. Applications are completed on Submittable by December 14, 2020 2. The Metropolitan Scholarship Committee reviews all applications & recommends the awards. 3. The Divisional Finance Board approves all scholarship applications & authorizes funding. 4. Scholarship funds are paid to each recipient in January 2021. 5. Applications will not be accepted after December 14, 2020
Eligibility: Applicants must- Be a Soldier or Adherent of The Salvation Army Metropolitan Division. Be currently enrolled for programs occurring at the January 2021 term in an undergraduate/graduate program at an accredited college/university, or licensed/accredited higher education program. Aged 18-29
Essay Questions (250-500 words each)- 1. How are you planning to use your educational experience in the service and support of The Salvation Army? 2. How are you engaging in your faith development and serving your community in the last 6 months? Things to consider in your answer: • Are you attending online worship and/or bible study? • How are you engaging justice and faith issues? • How are you growing as an individual and in your faith? 3. How have you connected with The Salvation Army during the last 6 months?
Reference: Please include one reference from an individual who can speak to your faith development and engagement with Salvation Army mission. This could be a mentor, faith leader, or teacher. This individual may not be a peer or a family member. A reference must be able to speak to and answer how they have seen the applicant engage their faith on a personal level and within their faith community. They must also be able to identify your involvement in The Salvation Army.
Proof of Enrollment: Please attach your proof of enrollment in a licensed/accredited higher educational program, such as an acceptance letter, or course schedule. Such programs might include, but are not limited to universities, community colleges, or trade schools.
As you may know, our very own Sarah and Simon Micula are heading to CFOT this Fall. Sarah has been serving as the Remix writer for Peer Magazine, and due to their new journey, she’s stepping down from her post. Obviously, Peer s now looking for a new writer for the section. If you’re interested, check out their description from Peer posted below:
Want to be featured in a national publication ? AND earn some extra cash ?? Peer Magazine is looking for a writer who is passionate about fashion and decorating tips for the best Salvation Army thrift store finds.⬇️
Submit the following to [email protected] by July 8, 2019:
– ? 160-word writing sample about a fashion topic you care about
– ? 1-2 minute video of you talking about the same topic as your writing sample.
We wish Sarah Micula well because this September, she and her husband will be entering The Salvation Army’s training school to become an officer/pastor. Sarah will no longer be writing for us, which means we’re looking for a new Remix writer!
It’s hard to believe, but it’s basically summer already! And one of the best things your students could do this summer is attend CBLI (Central Bible and Leadership Institute)! We believe in this opportunity so much that we’ve made 30 full scholarships available for first time attenders. Fifteen are reserved for the Sr. High Track*, and another 15 are reserved for the Young Adult Community**.
If there are scholarships left by June 24, we will offer them on a first come, first served basis regardless of track and past attendance. The registration deadline is July 5.
In order to obtain a scholarship for your youth, Corps Officers should write an email to Nate Irvine with the following information:
Your student’s name and age (DOB if you have it)
An explanation endorsing why you feel this person should attend a Bible and leadership camp, and how you see this experience benefiting their walk and ministry.
We will respond with an email as to whether or not they’ve been approved, and walk you through the registration process.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!
*In order to be in the Sr. High Track, you must be between the ages of 13-17. Only 13 year olds entering high school in the Fall will be eligible to be in the Sr. High Track.
**In order to be in the Young Adult Community, you must be between the ages of 18-29.
On Friday, May 10, at the last Prayer & Praise Night of the 2019-2020 season (wuuuuut?!), Tito Rapley, of Raplee fame, brought a powerful message about being fake. Sometimes we’re one person at school and with our friends, and a totally different person at church. Living like that is *exhausting*. Instead, we should live into the pattern and way of living God’s created for us to live in (Romans 12:1-2). Enjoy the podcast!
The applications for the Metro Leadership Scholarship and the Metro Medical Scholarship are now live online! Both have deadlines of July 12, 2019. Late applications (including reference forms) will not be accepted.
To learn more about each scholarship, and to apply, click the appropriate link below:
Our churches need to be a safe place for our students, which is why our last Youth Leader Brunch of the 2018-2019 School Year was about Sexual Assault. We talked about consent, being whole persons, the difference between assertiveness and aggression, and so much more. Our guest, Roxanne Pennington, was INCREDIBLE.
WARNING: This episode is about sex and sexual assault, so there may be some triggers in this episode for you. Take care of yourself, and dip out if you need to.