Scholarship

scholarship |ˈskälərˌSHip|
noun
1 academic study or achievement; learning of a high level.
2 a grant or payment made to support a student’s education, awarded on the basis of academic or other achievement.

Scholarship takes the form of both learning and finances. Typically based on education, money is given toward continual investment in the life of a student. We believe investing in the lives of students so that they may reach their potential is essential. The Leadership Center connects students with their potential by offering both stipends and scholarships toward their further education and experience.

The Leadership Center in partnership with Wesleyan holiness ministries and George Fox Evangelical Seminary offers the following scholarships and stipends to students:

Scholarships:
Liesinger Memorial Scholarship
Page Scholarship
John Wesley Scholarship
George Fox Evangelical Seminary Scholarships
 
Stipends:
Summer Internship Stipend (10 weeks)

If you are interested in learning more about how to obtain a scholarship or stipend please contact us via our Connect page.

Online Classes:
If you are interested in continuing education toward ordained ministry with the Free Methodist Church please visit the following link.