The Mega! CO-OP Scholarship Program may award up to ten (10) – $500 scholarships annually to eligible Mega! CO-OP team members, Mega! CO-OP Members, or their dependent children (ages 17-26) who are pursuing a post-secondary education. The program is funded through the generosity of Mega! CO-OP and is subject to review each year.
The Mega! CO-OP Scholarship Application is open December 21-February 15:
- Download the 2019 Scholarship Application Here
- Team Members will also find it in Paycom under “My Documents”
The Application and supporting documents must be mailed to the Mega! CO-OP HR Department postmarked no later than February 15.
Applicants are responsible for gathering and submitting all necessary information. Only thoroughly completed applications will be considered. Information received is considered confidential and is reviewed only by the Scholarship Committee.
Scholarships are awarded after a careful review of each applicant’s eligibility and application materials. Mega! CO-OP will notify selected recipients by February 22. Mega! CO-OP reserves the right to release the names of selected recipients in media releases (electronic and paper).
Mega! CO-OP will mail checks to each recipient’s listed mailing address by February 22.
CO-OP Member Scholarship: The applicant or parent/legal guardian of the applicant must be a Mega! CO-OP member, have met the minimum spending requirement of $500 within the previous fiscal year, and be an active Mega! CO-OP member at time of award.
Team Member Scholarship: The applicant or parent/legal guardian of the applicant must be in good standing and have completed a minimum of six (6) months of employment with Mega! CO-OP, worked a minimum of 250 hours between May 1 of the prior calendar year and April 30 of the submission year, and be employed by Mega! CO-OP at time of award.
Applicant must be a high school senior, high school graduate, or college undergraduate who will be or is currently enrolled in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited public or private two- or four-year college, university, or vocational/technical school in the United States.