PARTNERS

Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation welcomes partnerships with organizations and individuals who are interested in creating educational and scholarship opportunities for students of all ages.

Organizations

Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins Common Knowledge Scholarship allowed high school and college students to compete for a $500 scholarship based on what they could learn by simply reviewing the miamidolphins.com website. The winner was a Chicago Bears fan! The scholarship was appealing to her since it did not require an essay and she knew she could win by just studying the site.

United Way
Collaborated with the United Way to communicate the dangers associated with prescription drug abuse to high school students. CKSF designed an online activity to raise awareness about the issues and administered a scholarship quiz on the subject to test what students learned.

Wharton
For more than seven years the Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation has been a Management 100 client at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. Freshmen business students at Wharton have implemented a long list of CKSF programs to help students in the Philadelphia area including: The Philadelphia Eagles Common Knowledge Scholarship, The Kraft Basket Math program, biology scholarships, a bullying program, the FBI-SOS (Safe Online Surfing) Internet Challenge and many others resulting in more than $10,000 in scholarships and prizes awarded to local students.

California Police Youth Charities
Administered scholarship competitions on their behalf and facilitated the disbursement of more than $15,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors.

Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE)
Administer an annual engineering scholarship program to help students in Wisconsin interested in pursing a career in the fields of cable television.

Center for Internet Security
Administer assessment quizzes for the U.S. Cyber Challenge, a program designed to identify potential talent to help fight cyber terrorism.

Jim Cramer (From TVs Mad Money)
Administered two scholarships based on the books written by CNBC's Mad Money host, Jim Cramer. Over $1,500 in college scholarships were awarded for simply reading the book and answering a series of online quiz questions.

National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation
Administered monthly scholarship competitions on their behalf and facilitated the disbursement of more than $75,000 in scholarships to culinary students.

Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Los Angeles FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association
Developed and implemented a drug awareness/drug prevention program for high school students in Los Angeles California. Awards included iPads, cash scholarship awards, and recognition by the DEA Special Agent in Charge.