Ah Hah! Well that`s a fish of a different color! :-D
This sounds like a really good idea! Do you have some sort of
background or experience related to building scholarship programs?
I think you`d want to start by setting some parameters: Build a
"profile" of your typical (or optimal) client company. How much are their annual
revenues, how many employees do they have, what`s their product, and
what`s their future look like.
When you have a profile, you`ll better be able to differentiate those
corporations who *might* have an interest in building a scholarship
program. (Remember, you`re also competing against their desire to
simply build an intern program.)
Secondly, I think you`ll need to develop a "benefits" oriented sales
approach. Why should a corporation "bother" to set up a scholarship?
One reason I can think of is the increasing inability of those corporations to find skilled people leaving the school system.
To answer the question, I think it`s a great idea! It`ll be a huge
project, but if you can manage the details, I think you`ll have a
business that could grow to a national organization.