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AlgaeCal Health Scholarship

Update: The 2021 AlgaeCal Health Scholarship is now closed.

Do you have a passion for health and wellness? Are you attending a college or university in the United States or Canada next semester?

Then you’re eligible to enter the 2021 AlgaeCal Health Scholarship!

We’re offering a $1000 scholarship to students enrolled at a college or university in the 2021-2022 school year. We know that the rising cost of tuition and school supplies is a challenge for a lot of students, and we’d like to help out!

We’d also like to discuss a critical issue in our society: health. As a natural health company, the well-being of folks everywhere is our primary concern. And we believe that one of the first steps toward better health is open discussion!  

This belief is the inspiration for our scholarship application question:

“If you had the power to change or create a policy or program geared towards general health and well-being in your country, what change would you make?”

If you’re interested in the scholarship, answer this question in an essay of up to 750 words. Study references are welcome in any format and do not count towards the word limit!

Am I eligible to enter the AlgaeCal scholarship?

You must be:

  • Enrolled at a post-secondary institute in the United States or Canada for the 2021-2022 semester (Master’s and PhD students are welcome to apply!)
  • Carrying a minimum 3.00 GPA

The deadline to apply was June 30th, 2021. To be eligible, you must have submitted a completed form and essay by midnight on this date. 

Decisions will be made by the end of September 2021 and the recipient will be notified by email. 

For any additional questions, please direct your inquiry to [email protected].

Last year’s winner

If you need a little inspiration, here’s what winning the AlgaeCal scholarship meant to last year’s winner, Anne Kluthe! We loved Anne’s thoughtful essay on how to improve the quality and efficiency of food bank donations. 🙂


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