Scholarships


Hero's Scholarship

Overview:  The Hero's Scholarship was established in 2021. This scholarship covers the cost of select certification exam preparation training including Lean Six Sigma, Scrum, Sales & Marketing, DevOps, and ITIL. Members participating in funded unit training are not eligible for the scholarship. This scholarship is sponsored by the Founders of Project Altitude. They are Army Veterans dedicated to helping others achieve their personal and professional goals.
Requirements: Enlisted or Commissioned service members in the military or members of the public, serving as Police Officers or Fire Fighters that are using Project Altitude for their exams.  
Instructions: To apply for this scholarship, simply click the link below and submit the form.  A representative will reach out to you within 72-hours to notify you of the results. 

Refer a Friend Scholarship 

Overview: Help a friend take a big step towards their goals.  New or returning students may qualify for $500 off their tuition or 20% off their first billing session, when referred by a current student or graduate of Project Altitude.

RequirementsTo qualify for the Refer a Friend Scholarship, you must be a new student applying for the first time or a former student reapplying to Project Altitude, and must complete the referral question on your enrollment form.

InstructionsA student or graduate simply has to share information about Project Altitude, along with their name with their friends. That friend then completes the enrollment form and enters your name under the referrer section.

Learn More Here! 

Sea Service Scholarship

Overview: The Sea Services Scholarship was established in 2019. This scholarship covers the cost of RBLP, RBLP-C, and RBLP-T exam prep training at participating Authorized Training Partners (ATPs). Service members participating in funded unit training are not eligible for the scholarship. This scholarship is sponsored by Dr. Gene Coughlin. He is a retired Marine Infantry Weapons Officer and the Founder of the Resilience-Building Leader Program.
Requirements:

1. Funded by their service’s Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (COOL) 

2. Enlisted Sailor, Marine, or Coast Guardsmen 

3. Agree to use Project Altitude for their exam prep training 

Instructions:

To apply for the Sea Service Scholarship, the following must be met: 

1. Sailors and Marines shall forward their service's COOL funding approval email to 

support@resiliencebuildingleader.com. The funding approval email contains your RBLP level exam code in paragraph 5. Coast Guardsmen shall forward the exam order to  support@resiliencebuildingleader.com. The Coast Guardsmen are required by Coast Guard COOL to pay out of pocket and submit for reimbursement. 

2. In the forwarded COOL funding or exam order email, the Sailor, Marine, or Coast Guardsmen shall provide which ATP company they plan on receiving their exam prep training from.  

Leadership Scholarship

Overview: Leadership is fluid and is expressed in many forms across multiple disciplines. Project Altitude seeks applications from aspiring or practicing professionals who have demonstrated the values of community, communication, and connections through leadership in their school, community, jobs/internships, organizations, or religious communities. 

Project Altitude Leadership Scholarship recipients will receive a credited award that can be applied toward an exam preparation course at Project Altitude.

Requirements: Scholarships or exam preparation courses will be awarded conditionally. Award is conditional upon the applicant enrolling in a Project Altitude Sponsored Exam. 

The selection committee encourages applicants to be authentic in their answer and let their personal voice come through. Essays must be no more than 500 words, single spaced. 

Applicants must submit your personal answer to the following essay prompt -

Discuss someone that has influenced your leadership and in what way. Finally, how have you used this in your current arena?


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