Scholarship

 2019 RMPCA Academic Scholarship Program

The RMPCA is proud to award 18 recipients this year! Congratulations to the following students! 

1st Place, $2,000 Award to Jeremy Pickett!

2nd Place, $1500 Award to Grace Benedict!

3rd Place, $1,000 Award to Tyler Miller!

The following students were each awarded $500 towards their continued education!

Cameron Barbich
Logan Benedict
Tristan Borden
Jacob Borden
Devin Borden
Zack Martinez
Nicholas Martinez
Kirsten Oliva
Kat Oliva
Elisabeth Pickett
Grant Reinert
Lane Sherwood
Brooke Sherwood
Kyla Stipp
Jackson Wallace

One of the primary directives of the RMPCA is to raise funds from our annual golf tournament to be awarded in the form of an annual scholarship to high school seniors, and actively enrolled college and university students. The scholarship is open only to the children and grandchildren of active RMPCA members.

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Application and Submission Timeline:  Applications are available in January. The application must be emailed to info@rmpca.com no later than April 30. Applicants must answer the eligibility questions, and the following question in an essay format.

2019 Essay Question: What is Insurance Fraud, and how does it affect you as a customer, a community, and the insurance carrier?

Qualifications: High School senior with an acceptance letter from an accredited college or university for the upcoming academic school year OR Currently enrolled college or university student with transcripts or proof of attendance for the upcoming school year. Applicant must be the child or grandchild of an active RMPCA Adjuster or Company Member of the RMPCA.

Format: The applicant is tasked with writing an original informative essay. The essay can be up to 500 words. The completed application must be submitted in a MS Word Document, formatted and saved in a 12 pt Arial font and attached to an Email to info@rmpca.com SUBJECT Line:  RMPCA Scholarship Program

Jury review: The applications will be reviewed by a jury consisting of RMPCA members from various industries. None of the applicant’s personal information is available to the jury. The jury is selected by the committee chairperson, and serves one scholarship season.

Scholarship Committee:  The scholarship committee is responsible for tracking the applicants, forming the review jury, monitoring the applications; provide the jury with unidentifiable and complete applications. The committee is empowered to make decisions and implement processes that provide fair and unbiased review and subsequent awards of the RMPCA scholarship.

Award Structure: The award is based on originality, cogent thought and argument supporting understanding, and relevant application of the question. There are three top prizes awarded: Applicants are only eligible for the top three awards once during their college career.

The amount of the pool is variable and is dependant on the amount of money raised by the RMPCA.  The remaining prize pool is to be divided equally among the remaining applicants.  All applicants will receive a scholarship prize.

Awards: All applicants will receive an award letter and a check made payable to the student.