FormSwift, a software platform used to create commonly-used documents and forms including the W-2 and W9 Form, has announced a $1,000 scholarship for graduating high school seniors or freshmen, sophomores, or juniors in college.

The scholarship will be rewarded based upon a one-page business plan, brief PowerPoint, or a two-minute video about one of the following topics:

  • How Student Organizations Could Use FormSwift
  • The Benefit of FormSwift to Schools & Colleges
  • Registration Documents That Should Be Online
  • How Volunteer Groups Could Use FormSwift
  • The Environmental Benefits of E-Signature/Paperless Documents

"Why a scholarship? We are a small team, made up of recent college grads, and want to provide students with a way to both pay for tuition and prove their startup savvy," writes Jamie Smith of FormSwift in a press release.
To be eligible, contestants must be a graduating senior in high school or either a freshmen, sophomore or junior in college between the ages of 16 and 35, and not related to any of FormSwift’s staff or extended family,

To enter, contestants are urged to send their entry to jamie@formswift.com by April 30, 2015 with the email subject line "FormSwift Scholarship Entry." Contestants are urged to include your full name, state, and date of birth within your submission. The winner will be notified and announced on May 15, 2015.

For more information on FormSwift and their scholarship, head to their site here.