Conrad Siegel “Numbers Matter” Community Scholarship Fund

The Conrad Siegel “Numbers Matter” Community Scholarship was developed by the Board of Conrad M. Siegel, Inc. (Harrisburg, PA). The award was established to promote math and financial education for Central PA’s underserved/minority communities. Conrad M. Siegel, Inc. noticed that they do not see much diversity in the applicants for their math and finance positions. They wish to provide more support to these students to assist with the costs of higher education.

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March 15


Multiple Winners / Up to $5,000 each

Scholarship FAQ


  1. Graduating high school senior pursuing a math, actuarial science, business math, or finance major as a full time or part time student at a four-year, two-year college, university or trade school.
  2. Resident Dauphin, Cumberland, Perry, Lancaster, Lebanon or York county 
  3. A student who is a member of an underserved, minority population of the community  
  4. Financial need 
  5. Essay
  6. Supplemental documents. This may include a resume, letter(s) of recommendation, transcript, FAFSA documents, or other scholarship-specific documents. Specific requirements are noted in the application


Explain “Why numbers matter to me”. Also describe how you are a member of an underserved, minority population of the local community. Two paragraphs.


Recipients of this scholarship may apply again. Students must submit a full application but may be prompted to complete a different essay.

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