Shopee launches first-ever scholarship program, Shopee Scholars, in Philippines

posted July 25, 2019 at 04:00 pm
by  Manila Standard
Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, launches its first-ever scholarship program called Shopee Scholars for the benefit of Shopee sellers and their families. Eligible Shopee sellers can sign up for a chance to receive a one-year scholarship worth ₱100,000 for their children. 

Shopee launches first-ever scholarship program, Shopee Scholars, in Philippines
Three children of Shopee sellers will receive a 1-year scholarship grant worth ₱100,000 each
Martin Yu, Associate Director at Shopee Philippines said, “Shopee is excited to launch its first-ever scholarship program with the aim of helping sellers achieve their hopes and dreams for their children. We want to further engage our sellers through this exciting program and help develop the Filipino youth to become future leaders and innovators.”

Shopee sellers who are active for 6 months or more on the Shopee platform and have a shop rating of no less than 4 out of 5 stars can start nominating their children for the scholarship program. In order to qualify, their child must also be an incoming college student or currently enrolled in a university. 

In order to participate, sellers need to follow these steps: 

Sign up through https://shopee.ph/shopee-scholars.

Attach the necessary documents.

Shopee scholarship nominee should  submit a 300-500 essay for the program. 

The deadline for applications is on Aug. 2, 2019.

For more information about Shopee Scholars Program, visit https://shopee.ph/shopee-scholars or check out Shopee’s Facebook page.

Download the Shopee app for free via the App Store or Google Play.

Visit https://shopee.ph for more information. 

Topics: Shopee Philippines , Martin Yu , Shopee Scholars Program
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