Joyce C. Hall Scholarship History
Every year, PTPI selects high potential students to receive the Joyce C. Hall College Scholarship for the following academic year. The Joyce C. Hall College Scholarship is possible through funding provided by a direct bequest from Mr. Hall when he passed. This program not only illustrates the importance of the People to People’s mission to Mr. Hall, it is also a symbol of the longstanding partnership between Hallmark and People to People International.
Each year, scholarships of up to $2,000 are awarded to university students who have shown a commitment to the mission and values of PTPI. Since its institution, the Joyce C. Hall College Scholarship has supported the education of dozens of students.
Member of People to People International
Participant in PTPI Programming
Record of community service, leadership and the advancement of cultural competency
High School or Full-Time College Student with 3.0 GPA or higher
Fill out the form below and include the following required documents in your application. Please be aware that only PTPI members are eligible to apply.
Three letters of recommendation by persons not related to the applicant.
1,000-word essay on the following topics:
What benefits do you see in multicultural or international experiences?
How can these experiences contribute to your ability to make a positive difference in the world?
DEADLINE EXTENDED! Applications are being accepted into the start of the fall semester
Like many of our other programs, the scholarship program has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and we are evaluating the funding that will be available this year. We expect to be able to award several small scholarships this year and those will be paid directly to the school during the fall semester.
With the expected limited funding, selections for scholarships will be more competitive. While many of the programs that help identify high potential students such as in-person school activities, chapter meetings, summer leadership opportunities and travel have been cancelled or downsized, we encourage you to look for ways to serve others in your community where you can. We will be thinking out of the box and will consider all applications based on individual circumstances.
We expect to announce scholarship recipients in the fall. School may already be in progress when the funds are available to be awarded.
Essays and other documentation can be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.