Cleveland, OH -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/31/2018 -- Jhalyn Johnson, a senior studying Liberal Arts at Neumann University, was chosen as the recipient of the $1,000 scholarship by the Factor Finders committee based on their unique response to the prompt, "Why do some businesses fail?"
Johnson enjoys reading, sewing, cooking and traveling, but claims their main passion is writing. After graduation, Johnson hopes to start a content marketing business.
Undergraduate students attending an accredited four-year college or university are encouraged to submit an application essay. Factor Finders has opportunities for students to apply in the spring and fall semesters, each academic school year. Submissions for spring of 2019 are currently being accepted. Interested applicants should visit http://www.factorfinders.com/national-scholarship for additional information.
About Factor Finders
Factor Finders is an Ohio-based B2B funding intermediary that matches business owners with the best funding solution for their unique needs. Founded by a seasoned factoring professional, Factor Finders understands the needs of small businesses and uses that expertise to identify the optimal funding source for clients. Visit factorfinders.com for additional information about Factor Finders' accounts receivable factoring and alternative funding services.
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