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The Payback Motorcycle Club, Inc is represented by members in Alamance, Durham, Franklin, Halifax, Northampton, and Wake Counties. Our mission is to give back to our communities. We are sponsoring our annual essay/scholarship contest and will be awarding four $250.00 scholarships.
This scholarship is for eligible American American male seniors planning to pursue a post-secondary education. The winner can use their scholarship to provide funding for any of their college/university needs. More than one student from the same school can apply for this scholarship. The application process includes submitting:
Applications must be postmarked by Friday, April 14th.
Send completed application and materials to:
Jackson Brown, Jr.
Payback Motorcycle Club Scholarship Committee
P.O. Box 236
Littleton, NC 27850
Eligibility: African-American male high school seniors residing and attending school in Wake or Johnston Counties with good scholastic and leadership records are eligible for the scholarships. Students selected to receive the $1,000.00 scholarships must be accepted to a four-year college or university before the scholarship is actually awarded.
Procedure: A student must submit a formal application to be considered for this scholarship.
Finalists will be contacted for interview dates.
Questions regarding the application may be directed to Charles Dunn (919) 621-2669 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All applications must be received and or postmarked by May 14, 2016.
Mail completed applications and letters of recommendations to:
Phi Lambda Educational Foundation, Inc.,
PO Box 27641,
Raleigh, NC 27611.
This contest is designed to motivate high school students to excel in education. The Competition encourages students to express their views on a pre-selected topic and focuses on the ability of the students to communicate orally and in writing. The Competition is also designed to give young people experience in public speaking and reviewing legal documents as well as provide an opportunity for them to obtain some financial support to continue their education.
Essay Topic: "The #BlackLivesMatter movement was created in 2012 after Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watchman. Zimmerman was acquitted. Many have criticized the #BlackLivesMatter movement for focusing on specific injustices done to African Americans, stating instead there should be an #AllLivesMatter movement.
If Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were alive, would he argue that blacks should focus on the #AllLivesMatter movement to focus more globally and generally on all lives, or would he support the #BlackLivesMatter movement to focus more on black lives.
Please discuss why or why not."
Deadline to submit essay: April 30, 2016
National Competition in St. Louis, MO on July 21, 2016.
For more information, essay format, and competition rules: http://nationalbar.org/
The Sigma Tau Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is committed to the development of America's youth. In addition to engaging in mentoring, education, health & wellness and economic development programs, we feel it is important to aid in developing talented young Americans in pursuit of higher education. Through gifts provided by our community donors and the contributions from members of Sigma Tau Omega, we are pleased to announce the availability of five (5) $2500 scholarships!
Please help us in selecting deserving recipients who meet the following criteria:
Completed applications should be postmarked by: April 8th, 2016
Students across the country work hard to earn top marks, dreaming of the college they'll attend and the education they'll receive. Unfortunately, many of these students won’t be able to afford it. We want these students to reach their full potential. To help them accomplish this, our network of U.S. Chapters, along with the global office of RMHC, offer scholarships to students in financial need who have demonstrated academic achievement, leadership and community involvement. Since 1985, more than $56 million in scholarships have been awarded.
Graduating high school seniors may only apply to one of the four scholarships!
For more information: http://www.rmhc.org/rmhc-us-scholarship
The Ron Brown Scholar Program (RBSP) honors the legacy of Ronald H. Brown through a selective scholarship program that advances higher education for community-minded and intellectually gifted African Americans. RBSP competitively awards Ron Brown Scholars four-year $40,000 scholarships ($10,000 each year) to the most talented and economically-challenged high school seniors who demonstrate a keen interest in public service, community engagement, business entrepreneurship and global citizenship – the four pillars of the late Ronald H. Brown’s mission to uplift people of all races, cultures and ethnicities – especially our disadvantaged youth.
For more information: https://www.ronbrown.org/section/apply/application-timeline
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