FFI GEN Scholarships are generously provided by companies and individuals to provide financial support for qualifying GEN students. Learn more about each available scholarship below. Go here to apply for a GEN scholarship.
To help promote the field and the careers of individuals, please contact Susan Gabert for details on creating a named GEN Scholarship.
Currently we have five scholarships available. Learn more and apply online for these scholarships by clicking the links below:
Carmen Bianchi Family Business Associates Scholarship (Advanced)
The Carmen Bianchi Family Business Associates Scholarship was established in 2015 to further the professional development and education of advisors, consultants, educators and academics seeking to increase their skills, knowledge and abilities to work successfully with family companies and the wide variety of challenges they present.
Crystal & Company Scholarship
(Family Business Member)
The Crystal & Company scholarship is for next-gen family business members who would like to formalize their learning on the family enterprise.
de Visscher & Co. Scholarship
The de Visscher & Co. scholarship is for the next generation consultants and advisers to family enterprise.
Fitzpatrick & Francis Family Business Continuity Foundation Scholarship
This scholarship is for those who hold the Certificate in Family Business Advising and/or the Certificate in Family Wealth Advising and wish to pursue an Advanced Certificate.
Waesche Family Scholarship
This scholarship is intended for those in need of financial support to take the next step in their professional development within the field of family enterprise. Preference will be given to applicants who research and aid in the understanding of the inescapable influence of money on the family enterprise.
Create a Named GEN Scholarship
FFI GEN students come from a variety of professional, business, and economic backgrounds. GEN scholarships provide students from around the world an opportunity to further their education and expand their abilities to contribute to the field.
Please consider creating a GEN scholarship in the name of your company, in honor of a particular person, or a specific area of research.