The Telios Law Sojourner Scholarship application is open to any high school student or recent high school graduate who has spent three or more years of his or her life as a third-culture missionary kid and will be enrolled full-time as a freshman or sophomore at a college or university that has an emphasis on spiritual formation in the Christian faith. A sojourner lives between cultures, and this is often the experience of a third-culture missionary kid. For MKs, a key to transitioning back 'home' is figuring out how to flourish in a new culture. Behind this struggle is the desire put into pop culture terms by singer and songwriter Adele, who wrote, 'But I want to live / And not just survive.' We all have a longing for what ancient Greek philosophers called eudaimonia, which roughly translates to 'happiness, welfare, or human flourishing.' Telios Law believes that we as humans were made to flourish, and we want to contribute to that flourishing, not only through doing our legal work well, but by helping MKs in particular pursue their flourishing as they transition back.

Award Information

Award Amount
Number of Awards
Application Deadline
January 15
Available to Class Level
Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

Eligibility Requirements

Minimum GPA Required
None specified
None specified
None specified
Religious Affiliation
None specified
Location of College
None specified
Area of Study
None specified
Financial Need
Financial need analysis is not required

Scholarship Sponsor

Outreach Coordinator
Telios Law PLLC
PO Box 3488
City, State, Zip
Monument, CO , 80132
(855) 748-4201

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