InVEST is committed to the insurance industry and continuing education. Each year, scholarships are offered to high school seniors and college students currently participating in the InVEST program to pursue insurance related education or careers. 100% of scholarship funds go to students. 

In 2017, over $75,500 in scholarships was awarded to InVEST graduates looking to pursue higher education in insurance and financial services or to assist with licensing or designation fees.

Support Our Scholarship Program!

The annual InVEST Silent Auction is a chance to raise funds for the scholarship program while bidding on great items. Before the party can begin, InVEST relies on generosity from agencies, companies, state associations and individuals to donate items to the event for bidding. If you would like to contribute an item, here are  MORE DETAILS. For any questions, please contact Ciarra Smith.

Why should you give? Read our InVEST 2017 Yearbook featuring scholarship winners and their stories.

To donate to the InVEST Scholarship Fund at any time, please use our online form.
Classroom to Career Scholarship
If you're jumping right into an insurance career, InVEST has scholarships to assist students with licensing, entry level courses, CISR or ACSR designations to help students who may not go to college. The $500 reimbursable scholarship is available year round
Higher Education Scholarship
If you plan to pursue a two or four year college degree, this scholarship is right for you. Applicants must be InVEST graduates pursuing a degree with an emphasis on insurance, risk management, actuarial science or business with the intent of pursuing an insurance related career after graduation.
Summer Academy 
InVEST offers scholarships to InVEST students who have been accepted into college summer insurance related programs to cover transportation costs.
Second Round 

Previous InVEST Scholarship recipients who are currently enrolled and have completed at least three semesters of college are eligible to apply.  Applicants must have declared a major in college and be working with an insurance mentor or advisor.