NAACP/ The Earl G. Graves Scholarship

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NAACP/ The Earl G. Graves Scholarship

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The NAACP is a leading advocate of equal access to quality education. In an effort to promote and ensure higher education opportunities for minority youth, the NAACP offers the Earl G. Graves Scholarship. These awards help eliminate financial difficulties that may hinder students’ higher education goals.



Value

Amount: $5,000

Conditions

Eligibilty Crateria:

1.
Applicant must be a junior or senior Business major enrolled in an accredited college or university in the United States; or a graduate student enrolled or accepted to a master’s or doctoral program within a Business school at an accredited college or university in the United States (Applicant may apply during their sophomore year).
2.
Applicant must currently be in good academic standing and making satisfactory progress toward an undergraduate or graduate degree.
3.
Applicant must be a full-time student.
4.
Applicant must be in the top 20% of his/her class.
5.
Applicant need not demonstrate a financial need.
6.
Members of the National NAACP Board of Directors, SCF Trustees, National Youth Work Committee, the NAACP Scholarship Selection Committee, employees and their spouses or families to the first degree of consanguinity are not eligible to apply for or receive this scholarship.

Required Material:
Applicant should submit the following with your completed TYPED application:

1.
Three letters of recommendation (other than relatives): One personal reference, references from the business school of the accredited college (academic letters letterhead).
2.
Recent official college transcript.
3.
Evidence of full-time enrollment. If selected, verification of enrollment must be furnished.
4.
One page essay (see section H of the “Applicant Personal Information Form”)

Program

Region III
Kimberly Gillespie (MI)
Amanda Holman (IL)
Wanda Moore (IL)
Region V
Andrea Adibe (FL)
Dowin Boatright (TN)
Yanice Carter (GA)
Michael Coaxum (SC)
Curtis Duncan (GA)
Rochelle Johnson (GA)
Jeffrey Love (AL)
Joshua Nelson (AL)
LaShannon Petit (FL)
Chandra Spigner (SC)
Felicia Taylor (GA)
Tiffane Thompson (SC)
Shenedra White (SC)
Region VI
Jennifer Clewis (TX)
Toyah Miller (TX)

Address

The United Negro College Fund
Scholarships & Grants Administration
8260 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive
Fairfax, VA 22031
ATTN: Kimberly Hall
Phone: 703.205.3400

URL

http://www.naacp.org/youth/scholarships/information/
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