Midlands University’s softball program is able to offer a scholarship opportunity for a position of “student assistant”. This does not have to be someone that has played softball, although it could be. There are a variety of roles these positions could take.
Ø Video Coordinator – someone interested in video and editing. Help with game filming, practice filming/editing and creating/editing video we can use on our social media platforms.
Ø Social Media Coordinator – someone interested in marketing & social media could get some great experience helping us with our team social media accounts, creating material and posting on different accounts.
Ø Community Service Coordinator – someone interested in serving good causes to coordinate different community service projects for our team.
Ø Strength & Conditioning Coordinator – someone who might be interested in human performance, strength training, etc. Work with our strength coach to assist with team workouts, warm-ups and conditioning. Great opportunity to get experience in this area.
Ø Coaching – someone who might be interested in coaching could get directly involved in our practices and assist/learn in all aspects.
Again, this opportunity does come with a scholarship. Exact amounts would depend on student GPA and ACT scores. If interested, please contact Mike Heard, Midland University Softball – Head Coach, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 402-941-6038 – office or 402-616-6271 – cell.
Qualified students are invited to apply for The Eugene McDermott Scholars Program at The University of Texas at Dallas. The McDermott Scholars Program supports students who excel in scholarship, leadership, service and character with exceptional educational and extracurricular experiences.
The McDermott application deadline is Dec. 12, 2019. Applicants should also submit their application to UT Dallas by Dec. 1, 2019. Finalists will be invited to attend selection weekend Feb. 27-March 1, 2020, at UT Dallas.
For more information, please contact 972-883-4610 or email@example.com.
Western-University of Colorado Boulder’s partnership program gives students the chance to earn a degree from a top-tier engineering program. It will be housed in the Paul M. Rady School of Computer Science Engineering upon the completion of construction next year. Students will spend their first two years on campus taking Western classes with Western professors. Their final two years will consist of University of Colorado Boulder classes taught by CU-Boulder faculty on Western’s campus.
To help finance their education, eligible students may qualify for the Rady Merit Scholarship. This two-year, full-tuition scholarship is for students who have declared a major in the Computer Science or Mechanical Engineering partnership programs. Qualified students must have a GPA of 3.5 or higher and be eligible to take Calculus 1.
Learn more about Western’s partnership with the University of Colorado Boulder’s renowned College of Engineering & Applied Science.