DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / February 9, 2021 / Entrepreneurs engage experts, business-people and leaders. They play an integral role in advancing not only the world of business, but the world itself. But sometimes, entrepreneurs just want to take a pause. Although Eric Dalius enjoys semi-retirement, he is always on the lookout for new beginnings. To Eric, many such beginnings can be found in the joy he finds daily as the founder of the Eric J Dalius Foundation. Established in 2018, the foundation provides students with vital support, earmarked to ease the burden of exorbitant college tuition fees. As a founder, he hopes to soon move the various tuition assistance programs he currently sponsors personally into the foundation. This is part of Eric's larger goal of housing all of his philanthropic activities "under one roof." Eric has always sought synergy in his organizational activities. That said, the merging of all his non-profit activities is simply Eric doing as he has always done.
Working Hard to Build a Global Reputation
As a marketing expert and successful entrepreneur, Eric Dalius has built a unique pathway to personal and financial success That said, the Eric J Dalius Foundation is the natural next step. It is Eric's plan to do his part now, and simply "pay it forward."
Eric aims to identify and nurture hardworking and talented individuals struggling to pay the high cost of tuition. Through the challenges he faced in earning his degree, he deeply understands the burdens that today's students carry with them. One of his initiatives is the Eric Dalius Grant, which benefits two talented students annually.
The (Core) Cash Out Real Estate - an Example of Creativity, the Eric Dalius Way
In 2002, Eric J Dalius decided to explore uncharted business opportunities. With this in mind, he established "cash out real estate" (CORE). CORE was a membership-based model infused with Eric's own unique approach. This approach was much copied over the years, all with the encouragement of Eric, an early believer in the power of collaboration. It was an early "Eric paying it forward" initiative. The result was lifelong associations, both personal and business, and ultimately a business model that made Eric and many others find success that they had never dreamed of. His valuable takeaway…imparting knowledge to those who want to learn is the secret to true success.
The Joy of Philanthropy
It goes without saying that Eric is a man of honor, always willing to work hard to achieve his goals. With that said, he has attained respect in his chosen professional arenas through his dedication and vision. But as you have been reading, he continues to hold big dreams with large objectives. From his earliest days as an ambitious young man simply seeking a college degree, through his many successful ventures, the joy of philanthropy is something that Eric has dreamed of immersing himself in.
Eric Dalius identifies problems and creates solutions. He has the tools to make the Eric J Dalius Foundation a success that he can be proud of for the rest of his days.
How to Apply for the Eric J Dalius Grant
The Eric J Dalius Grant seeks talented students who share the same drive and entrepreneurial spirit that Eric does. The ideal candidate seeks to bring about positive changes in the ways that companies work to achieve their own goals. All candidates must write a 700-850 word creative essay addressing the following: "Funding Challenges Faced by Young Entrepreneurs and How to Overcome Them." The completed essay must be submitted together with the information found below, and sent to email@example.com.
The essay should be submitted by word doc, and attached to an email carrying the following information:
The Process of Selecting a Grant Winner
The winner will be advised by email, and named on the ericdaliusgrant.com website. The award money will be sent to the university where the winning student attends, and then deposited directly into his/her financial aid account.
When applying for this scholarship, please keep in mind that you must provide all relevant and accurate information.
Lastly, applicants must be either a high school senior planning for undergraduate studies, or a freshman, sophomore, or junior at an accredited university located within the borders of the United States.
Please view https://ericdalius.co/ for more information about Eric.
SOURCE: Eric J Dalius Foundation
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