Go Daddy is offering ten college scholarships valued at $10,000 each as part of its Go Daddy .ME Scholarship program. I am not sure if the Dot ME Registry is participating this year, but it would seem so based on the name.
Here’s how eligible people may apply:
Applicants submit a 500-word essay describing how the Internet or technology has helped them and how they envision benefiting from it in the future. Essays are judged on quality, creativity and originality.
The application process began today, and applications will be accepted until March 30, 2013 at 11:59 p.m. (PT). The ten winners will be announced on April 25, 2013 (or around then). You can look on the website for full details about the scholarship and application process, as there are some eligibility requirements.
Domain investor Brian Diener won a scholarship a couple of years ago, and he is now attending Emory University in Atlanta. I am sure there are plenty of domain investors who are attending college or have plans to attend college, and it would be great to see someone in this business win a $10,000 college scholarship from GoDaddy.