SALEM, NH, March 04, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — DJ Bettencourt has awarded an exclusive scholarship to students in the United States, who are interested in pursuing insurance-related careers. Students already enrolled as business scholars at US institutions or high school seniors planning to enroll in college and majoring in Insurance or a related field are welcome to apply for the scholarship. To apply, students must submit an essay of no more than a thousand words along with the applicant’s biography, full name, contact details, location, when and where they graduated from high school, where they are currently enrolled, and their GPA to [email protected] djbettencourtscholarship .com. A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to the student with the most qualified application. Applications for the DJ Bettencourt Scholarship for Insurance Professionals are open until 15 July 2023. After a month of selecting and evaluating applications, awardees will be announced on 15 August 2023.
DJ Bettencourt has been working in insurance for a long time, and he wants to repay it by awarding a scholarship to a promising young insurance professional. This scholarship is also open to high school students who wish to have a career in the insurance industry. Students are strongly urged to take advantage of every opportunity to obtain financial aid. With his experience, Mr. Bettencourt how difficult it is for students to have education costs that continue to increase. Through his scholarship grant, Mr. Bettencourt not only aims to help students with their tuition and tuition fees but also strives to raise awareness about the problems and burdens faced by students on their way to becoming a professional in their chosen field.
Born on January 6, 1984, DJ Bettencourt is Deputy Commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Insurance. He was nominated by Commissioner Christopher Nicolopoulos and approved by Governor Christopher T. Sununu in January 2021. Previously, Deputy Commissioner Bettencourt served as Director of Policy for Governor Sununu for four years, including as the Governor’s liaison with the Insurance Department. Prior to serving in the Governor’s Office, he served eight years (2004–2012) in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, including two years as Majority Leader. During his legislative service, he was involved in setting policies that impacted the insurance industry. Deputy Commissioner Bettencourt holds a JD from the University of New Hampshire School of Law, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Communications from the University of New Hampshire. DJ is active in the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, where he participates in several committees, task forces and working groups. DJ was also appointed by Governor Sununu to serve as Chair of the Granite State Paid Family and Medical Leave Advisory Board.
DJ Bettencourt has been serving his community for a long time. With his personal experience, he knows the burdens and struggles of students to achieve their lifelong dreams. With this, he created a scholarship grant for insurance students to help them fund their education. Through creative writing, Mr. Bettencourt will select one student who will earn a thousand dollars through his scholarship. Insurance students who want clarification about scholarships can visit their website. Interested applicants or students can submit their questions or inquiries via the website’s contact page, and Mr. Bettencourt will be happy to assist with questions sent to him. Mr Bettencourt sends his thanks to all students who will take the time to apply for scholarships.