Jonathan Oliver Scholarship
Jonathan Oliver Scholarship Program
This scholarship honors Jonathan Oliver, whose life positively impacted so many people and who believed in the importance of integrity and community. This program will help carry on the legacy of Jonathan by supporting young women with an interest in a career in the technology space. The award is intended to cover a significant share of the student’s educational experience, including:
Financial assistance with school tuition, books, and other educational expenses.
Guidance and coaching from an experienced female tech executive to boost academic success.
Get a glimpse into the day-to-day excitement of a tech career through a paid internship.
Guaranteed job within chosen degree with EVOTEK or a partner of EVOTEK post graduation.
Strong, Kind & Genuine
Jonathan Oliver was a young man that impacted and touched an extraordinary number of people. He did this through his genuine love and appreciation for everyone he interacted with. As a man who approached life with pure gratitude for those who invested in him, and who valued his faith, career, and relationships, Jonathan made sure to serve others whenever possible.
Business partners, co-workers, friends, and family have all had their lives positively impacted by Jonathan. Jonathan was most happy in his career when he could find ways to make his partners and customers successful through leveraging technology. Jonathan is survived by two young nieces and knew how important it was to create more opportunity for females within the technology field.
A scholarship supporting the future female technology workforce. Join us in making gender equality a reality!
What’s Needed to Apply
Have resided in the United States for at least one year.
Financial need may be a consideration but is not a requirement for application.
Have a cumulative GPA of 3.4 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Extra consideration will be given for students with demonstrated commitment to community service.
Plan to major in technology or computer science.
Be a graduating high school senior who plan to enroll 4 year college and attend full-time.