Robert Davis Scholarship

Making The World A Better Place

The Robert Davis Scholarship Award is intended for students who have demonstrated a desire to make the world a better place through small actions and self-improvement. Sponsored by Robert Davis, the awards intend to give promising students with world-changing mindsets the funds they need to further their educations, sharpen their skillsets, and in turn improve the world around them.

Robert Davis is happy to announce three winners of his 2021 scholarship program for a total of $10,000 for U.S students: Brilliant Seminova, Breanna Chadwick, and Kristina Landin.

The 2020 Robert Davis Scholarship awarded two students, Grace Chen and Derek Webb, with $1,000 USD.

The Robert Davis Scholarship intends to give $100,000 for their 2022 scholarship program.

Students wishing to apply for the award must meet the scholarship’s requirements for eligibility. Qualifying applicants must meet the following criteria in order to be considered:


Robert Davis is offering three scholarships worth a total of $10,000 USD.

The Essay:

Write a 500 word essay.

Application Deadline:

May 15, 2021

After the selection process, the award will be granted to two winning students who show a spirit that mirrors Robert Davis’ own beliefs on self-betterment and world change. Scholarship applications are being accepted until May 15, 2021 and winners will be announced on May 21, 2021.

Students studying

The Robert Davis Scholarship is named for Robert Davis, a well-known Las Vegas medical professional. After a successful career in the medical industry, he went on to found RD Heritage Group — a partnership of five family offices and their portfolio investments.

It has almost been a year since I was awarded as a recipient of the Robert Davis Scholarship. As stated many times before, I am extremely grateful to receive the scholarship. I am sending this correspondence as an update since being awarded. I just want to share that you all's investment in my education did not go in vain. I am now the President of the Minority Association of Pre-Med. Students (M.A.P.S.) and am working tirelessly to turn my dream of becoming a pediatrician into reality. Most recently, I was selected as one of two students in the nation to be a part of the inaugural joint research cohort for The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's History of Medicine Department and Humanities Collaboratory. So, I will be spending much of my Summer crafting and working on my research focus. Again, your investment has paved the way for me to continue my studies and achieve the aforementioned successes. I am forever grateful to the Robert Davis Scholarship Program for supporting me along my journey. I wish you all warm blessings of everlasting prosperity and happiness.
Derrick Webb