Real Estate Elevated Scholarship Program

  • Funded By: Real Estate Elevated
  • Target: The citizens of the United States
  • Benefits: $1,500 (two awards)
  • Level or Degree: Higher education level
  • Disciplines/Subjects: Any field
  • Host Institution: Any institution – USA
  • Deadline: 15 April and 18 August every year

Scholarship Description

Tarek and Christina from HGTV’s hit series Flip or Flop are proud to present two $1,500 scholarship awards to students at colleges or universities across the U.S. Designed to provide additional financial support for students wanting to pursue an entrepreneurial career, the scholarship has no GPA requirements or degree specifications and will be presented to two auspicious students per year.

Eligibility and Requirements

Along with being a U.S. citizen, applicants must be able to show proof of full-time enrollment at an accredited institution of higher education. While there is no GPA requirement or degree specifications for the scholarship, a passion for business and entrepreneurial goals is a plus. Lastly, scholarship funds may only be used for school tuition or other related educational expenses.

Application Instruction

In order to apply for the Real Estate Elevated Scholarship, candidates are required to submit a three-minute video explaining to or showing the value of education and how gaining a higher education can help establish success in the world of business and entrepreneurship. After your video is completed, please upload it video to YouTube and submit the link, as well as answers to various prompted questions, to scholarship@REElevatedEvents.com with “Entry for the Real Estate Elevated Scholarship” in the subject line.

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