Think of this from the funder’s perspective: why should they invest in your future when you haven’t given it any consideration yourself? Even if you just have general ideas, make sure to communicate your plans/interests.
Major/Minor – Why would you believe this question is relevant when requesting scholarship funding? Funders want to know you have a purpose for attending college. You may also need to reply with a specific response to qualify for an award.
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Career Plan – It may be a tall order to have a “career plan” prior to departing high school, here again, share your thoughts about what your professional life will look like post-college graduation. This may be specific, e.g.: “I will be working as a large animal veterinarian.”; or it may be more general, e.g.: “I have an interest in math and foresee working as an accountant or engineer, fields that would utilize my math aptitude.”