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Simon Youth Foundation Community Scholarships Change Lives; Apply Today

The Simon Youth Foundation Community Scholarship application process is open! Now through January 11, 2014, students in communities that are home to Simon properties may apply. 

Simon Youth Foundation has awarded more than $10 million in scholarships to students in 42 states, and the promise of more scholarship awards in 2014 is exciting for all Simon employees.  For high school seniors, completing an application is an investment of time that can pay big dividends and extend educational opportunities. 

In their own words, two current Simon Youth Foundation scholarship recipients have this to say about the impact they’ve experienced:

“With this scholarship money, I will now be able to afford tuition and go on to college, where I hope to become a legal advocate for the many less fortunate who have no voice. The words ‘thank you’ seem truly inadequate to express my deep gratitude for being awarded a $3,000 scholarship from Simon Youth Foundation.” – Caitlin

“With this scholarship, my education will not only be affordable, but I will be more successful now that I will not have to work as many jobs on top of classwork and extracurricular activities . . . Thank you for creating amazing opportunities for me, for believing in my future, and for funding my journey to make a difference in the world.  Your scholarship is such a blessing.” – Lynneise

Click here for Scholarship Application instructions.
Click here for the Scholarship Application Form.
View the complete 2014 Simon Youth Foundation Community Scholarship Brochure here.
Applications also can be obtained at the Guest Services desk inside each Simon mall, outlet, or center.
You can download a listing of Simon  properties by clicking here  or you can search for a Simon property in your community at Simon.com.


Scholarship winners receive their notifications by May 31, 2014. Please be sure to stay connected with Simon Youth Foundation by liking us on Facebook and following us on Twitter.

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