Congratulations goes out to Jessica Tackett from Southern Methodist University for her outstanding essay on how timesheet software can make a difference in business today.
Jessica’s essay unanimously scored the highest by our panel of 4 independent judges, ranking submissions based on a twenty (20) point scale: Five (5) point maximum for creative approach to addressing the chosen theme; five (5) point maximum for real-world business application; five (5) point maximum for clarity of message; and five (5) point maximum for demonstrated research, supporting statements or quotes.
We are very pleased to present Jessica with a $1000 USD credit to Southern Methodist University toward her tuition and/or educational fees (books/materials).
A sincere thank you goes out to all those who applied. We were truly impressed by the number of applications that were submitted, and by how well our scholarship offer was received by universities and colleges throughout Canada and the US. We look forward to hosting future scholarship opportunities and encourage everyone to apply.
For the full story, read Timesheet Software Scholarship 2009.