VIDA SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION
Each year, The Vida Scholarship Foundation awards three scholarships valued at over $5,000 each to graduate students and mental health and wellness professionals who would benefit from our program. CEO and Founder, Zeahlot Lopez is a dually licensed Latinx psychotherapist who designed and created coaching programs to aid individuals who are in the mental health and wellness industry thrive in their careers by advancing their knowledge on business acumen.
The Vida Scholarship Foundation will be awarding one full scholarship to the recipient which will cover the entire cost of the program and two partial scholarships which will be covering half of the cost of the program.
WHO IS THIS FOR
Whether you’re a mental health and or wellness professional or still in graduate school looking for further guidance on how to build out your services, products, and or professional outreach, The Vida System can help you.
This program is a wonderful and nonconventional opportunity to help healers and the wellness community build a knowledge post-schooling on business acumen and several other factors of consideration for building a thriving professional career.
Applicants must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible for
the The Vida System Scholarship:
Must reside in the United States and be fluent in English
Graduate students must:
Be enrolled in a graduate and or professional advancement program that will provide them with the skills to practice as a mental health and or wellness professional
Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 for individuals attending traditional graduate programs
Mental health and or wellness professionals must:
Have already established or have the desire to build out their own wellness business.
Commit to the V.I.D.A. System coaching program in its entirety including commitment to time, course curriculum, and completing their goals.
V.I.D.A. System students and alumni
Non-mental health and or wellness professionals
Non-English speaking individuals
Supporting Documents Needed:
Proof of your current financial necessity (i.e. paycheck stubs)
Unofficial college transcripts for current graduate program (if applicable)
One letter of recommendation
Full Ride Scholarship - November 1st, 2020
Partial Scholarship - March 1st, 2021