Advance Financial awards Middle Tennessee students scholarships through Advance Financial Foundation

Advance Financial CEO,
Tina Hodges

Advance Financial will be awarding scholarships to Middle Tennessee high school seniors to help them further their education. All recipients will receive $1,000 payable to the two- or four-year institution of their choice. The money awarded will cover part of their school expenses for the fall semester of their freshman year.

In order to apply, students must be seniors in high school and reside in a county served by Advance Financial. The applicants are also required to have a current GPA of 2.5 or higher. Advance Financial will be accepting applications through March 31, 2022.

Funding is provided by Advance Financial Education Scholarships to benefit community recipients, which is positioned under The Advance Financial Foundation.

“We are so excited to continue offering scholarships to high school seniors through the Advance Financial Foundation. We at Advance Financial are always looking for ways to be good corporate citizens both externally and internally,” said Tina Hodges, CEO of Advance Financial.

To apply for a scholarship, visit <>. Advance Financial is a Nashville-based Fintech company providing financial services in over 100+ stores in Tennessee and online loan.

Advance Financial in-store services include Lines of Credit Loans, check cashing, free money orders, bill pay, $2 ATM Services, Western Union wire transfer services and Prepaid Debit Cards. Advance Financial loans range from $25 up to $4,000 and vary by state.

Advance Financial has been recognized by Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies, has been featured on Forbes list of ‘Best Employers for New Graduates’ and ranked 8th by Indeed, the world’s largest job search site, for compensation and benefits.


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