Finding scholarships, summer programs, and career information can be quite the chaotic challenge; however, we have provided a kick start to the process. Click here to check out some underclassmen scholarships, summer programs, and career information: Underclassmen scholarships, summer programs, and career informationOther scholarships:National Council of Negro Women Henry
The National Council of Negro Women Henry. As a chapter and committee we are committed to supporting the needs of students in the communities we serve. One goal that we have this year is to award up to 5 qualifying students in your school system with an ACT/SAT fee scholarship. We understand that preparing for college can be costly and our desire is to reduce the cost slightly by providing a scholarship to cover fees for the ACT or SAT registration. Please click here for additional details: Scholarship Information
Auburn University Summer Camp Scholarships:
Summer Camp Scholarships from Auburn Youth Programs with Auburn Youth Programs, students can explore a major and experience life on campus at Auburn University. Full and partial scholarships are available for several summer camps. Application deadlines are fast approaching! For additional information please click here: Auburn Summer Camps
Congressional Black Caucua Foundation:
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation continues to be committed to supporting many talented students across the country with their scholarship opportunities. Based on feedback received from students, they are extending the application deadline for all scholarships opportunities to Monday, April 30, 2019. Please review the attached CBC Foundation flyer. If there are any questions, please contact me at (770) 210-5073 or Cherrie.Smalls@mail.house.gov. Please click here for additional information: CBC Scholarship Information
National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth:
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Rho Sigma Lambda Foundation Scholarship:
Graduating Seniors should apply for the following scholarships: The Randall Ponder Memorial Scholarship or The Charles H. Garvin HBCU Scholarship sponsored by the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Rho Sigma Lamba Chapter. The deadline has been extended to April 26th. Please click here to access the application: Scholarship Application
Litner + Deganian 2019 College Scholarship Program:
"One applicant will be awarded a $2,500 scholarship for the 2019 fall semester. To apply for the 2019 Scholarship Program, applicants must submit an original video (no longer than 60 seconds) based on the theme below using the program submission form. Please submit a shared link to your video, uploaded to a cloud based platform (ex: Google Drive or Dropbox). YouTube or Vimeo videos will not be accepted. Please note, video submissions from finalists will be uploaded to the L+D YouTube channel.The deadline to apply for this scholarship is March 31, 2019 at 9 a.m. EST."
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Henry County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Scholarship:
The Henry County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. scholarship application for seniors is open. The application is located on our sorority's website wwww.hcacdst.org.
This is the first year where student submissions will be completed entirely online. Students will click the scholarship application link, answer the questions, upload an OFFICIAL copy of their transcript, upload a letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, or administrator, upload a letter from a person of their choice, and if applicable, upload a letter from the cafeteria manager stating that they receive free or reduced meals.
Sacred Journey Hospice Scholarship:
The Sacred Journey Hospice Foundation: Awards scholarships (up to 10 $1,000 scholarships) to students pursuing a medical related field OR students who have lost a parent, sibling or guardian. Click here for the application.Sunshine Scholarships:
Congressman David Scott Announces 17th Annual Congressional Art Competition for High School Artists
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today Congressman David Scott announced his 17th Annual Congressional Art Competition, An Artistic Discovery, is open and accepting entries through March 29, 2019. High school students who live or attend school in Georgia’s 13th Congressional District are invited to submit artwork for the competition.
The Congressional Art Competition was created in 1982 to showcase the artistic talents of young people throughout the country. To date, Congressman David Scott has awarded over $392,000 in scholarships to local student winners of his annual art competition.
The first-place entry from Congressman Scott’s district will join other first place winners from around the country and be displayed in the U.S. Capitol for one year. Scholarships will be presented to the top winners by the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Students may obtain entry forms and official guidelines from Congressman David Scott’s Office and their high school art teachers. There is no mandatory theme for the competition. Entries must be received in either Congressman David Scott's Smyrna or Jonesboro District Office by March 29, 2019.
Additionally, participants must be present at the awards ceremony to win. Congressman Scott will host the 2019 Awards Ceremony announcing this year’s top winners and scholarship recipients on Saturday, April 20, 2019, at 10:00 am, at the Douglas County Courthouse, which is located at 8700 Hospital Drive, Douglasville, GA 30134.
For competition entry forms and guidelines, please visit https://davidscott.house.gov/constituent-services/artcontest.htm or call 770-432-5405.
Phi Beta Sigma Sigma Chapter Scholarship:
The brothers of Phi Beta Sigma Sigma Chapter, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. will host their annual Locke Scholarship Awards Brunch in the Spring of 2019. The Locke Scholarship Awards Dinner honors Brother Dr. Alain L. Locke, the first black Rhodes Scholar and a distinguished member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. The fraternity will award several scholarships to local graduating high school seniors attending an accredited college/university in the Fall of 2019.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was founded on the campus of Howard University, Washington, DC on January 9, 1914. The fraternity’s founders were three honorable young African-American males who organized the fraternity to be an organization that exemplifies the high ideas of Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service. The fraternity has three national programs to ensure these high ideas are implemented in the community: 1) Education 2) Bigger & Better Business 3) Social Action and 4) Sigma Beta Club. More information on the fraternity can be found on our international website at pbs1914.org.
Phi Beta Sigma Sigma Chapter is requesting your assistance with identifying academically talented graduating seniors to apply for a Locke Scholarship. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA with plans to continue their educational pursuits. Scholarships will be awarded after confirmation of enrollment in an accredited college/university during the fall of 2019. We look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship that will assist in advancing the educational opportunities of our youth.
All scholarship info and documents can be accessed for download/print by clicking on the 'Education option under Initiatives drop-down' from our website at https://atlantasigmas.com/education/ All questions should be directed to Ado Ellzey at 404-734-8443.
Note: Distribute to qualified students immediately. Application deadline has been extended to March 31, 2019. All scholarship applications must be postmarked by March 31, 2019.
Ado Ellzey, Chairperson
Locke Scholarship Awards Committee
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
United Health Foundation Louis Stokes Scholarship – awards for African-American or Black students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in a health-related field. (Deadline: March 31, 2019).
To apply for these scholarships, students must go online to obtain an application and eligibility requirements at www.cbcfinc.org/scholarships. Thank you for your assistance in sharing news of this excellent opportunity with interested students. For more information, please review the enclosed flyer and contact me at (770) 210-5073 or Cherrie.Smalls@mail.house.gov.
Congressman David Scott is delighted to share the enclosed information about scholarships available through the Congressional Black Caucus (CBCF) Foundation.
With your help, we look forward to sharing the following information about this year’s scholarship opportunities with 13th District students:
CBC Spouses Educational Scholarship – awards for African-American or Black students pursuing an associates, undergraduate, graduate or doctoral degrees in Public Affairs, Mass Communications, African-American Studies, Legislative Affairs, Pre-Law, Criminal Justice, American History and/or Juris Doctor. (Deadline: March 31, 2019)
- CBC Spouses Performing Arts Scholarship – established in honor of the late Curtis Mayfield to assist African-American or Black students pursuing performing arts careers. (Deadline: March 31, 2019)
- CBC Spouses Visual Arts Scholarship – awards for African-American or Black students who are pursuing a degree in the visual arts. (Deadline: March 31, 2019)
- United Health Foundation Louis Stokes Scholarship – awards for African-American or Black students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in a health-related field. (Deadline: March 31, 2019)
To apply for these scholarships, students must go online to obtain an application and eligibility requirements at www.cbcfinc.org/scholarships.
Thank you for your assistance in sharing news of this excellent opportunity with interested students. For more information, please review the enclosed flyer and contact me at (770) 210-5073 or Cherrie.Smalls@mail.house.gov.SUMMER PROGRAMSAccording to College Express, Pre-college summer programs allow high school students to get a taste of college life, preview their dream schools, and give a boost to their college applications. Many colleges and universities offer summer programs, such as Boston University's Summer Challenge Program, Brown University's Summer @Brown, and Stevens Institute of Technology's Business Program. It may be tempting to spend the entire summer at the beach or by the pool (and you certainly should do a little of that!), but why not use some of your free time to learn something new and make yourself a more attractive candidate for admission? In case you need convincing, here are just a few of the benefits of spending some of your summer on a college campus. College Express lists 5 reasons to engage in a summer program: (1) gift of time; (2) gift of space; (3) gift of attention; (4) a chance to learn the lay of the land; and (5) a chance to meet new people.CAREER INFORMATIONChoosing a career can be challenging! Attempt to focus on your aspirations, interests, and what problems you want to solve in the world. Taking career inventories and career interests surveys can assist, such as the inventories conducted in elementary, middle, and high school. Some additional career assessments can be located on your student's GCIS account in Infinite Campus. Click here to review the report by the U.S. News which ranks the 2019 best jobs.