(New scholarships posted everyday)
Students Seeking Education by Experiencing Academic America (S.E.A.)
an Houston, Texas based mentoring program for high school students, students at risk, and college bound students who want to attend an Historically Black College / University. (HBCU).
S.E.A will post a scholarship for minority students each day. If you are a high school senior, junior, or a transferring college student, these scholarships are for you. FREE MONEY! We all know through life there is nothing Free; you have to apply to receive this money. Your cost is time. The time it takes to fill out the scholarship application. Look for the S.E.A. blog each day, highlighting a new scholarship listing 2010/2011
Clark Atlanta University
Clark Atlanta University is a comprehensive, private, urban, coeducational institution of higher education with a predominantly African-American heritage. It offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees as well as certificate programs to students of diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds. It was formed by the consolidation of Atlanta University, which offered only graduate degrees, and Clark College, a four-year undergraduate institution oriented to the liberal arts.
The mission of Clark Atlanta University is to provide a quality undergraduate, graduate and professional education to a student body that is predominantly African-American and also diversified by students from various other racial, ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. As an institution grounded in the liberal arts, the University is committed to the development of productive and creative students who excel in their chosen careers and who become responsible citizens in their communities and the world.
To achieve its mission, Clark Atlanta University attracts and maintains a dedicated faculty that meets high professional standards in teaching, scholarship, research, and service. The University also provides an educational environment in which its students thrive, learn, and develop their potential for leadership and responsible citizenship, and the pursuit and creation of knowledge.
Clark Atlanta University maintains an historic relationship with the United Methodist Church and emphasizes sound ethical and moral principles that promote personal integrity and understanding of others.
SCHOLARSHIP OF THE DAY
The Hardwood Forest Foundation
The Hardwood Forest Foundation is a non-profit educational resource. Its goal is to teach the public about hardwood trees, forests and the importance of sustainable forest management.
By supporting conservation, research and educational programs, the Foundation ensures future generations will enjoy the benefits of hardwood trees- a vital renewable resource.
The Hardwood Forest Foundation
Educator Scholarship Program
The Hardwood Forest Foundation's Educator Scholarship Program assists future teachers with the costs of attending college. On April 19, 2011, the Foundation will award one $1,500 scholarship and 14 $1,000 scholarships. By providing these scholarships, the Foundation seeks to better equip young professionals to make decisions that will affect the future of the hardwood industry. The Hardwood Forest Foundation Educator Scholarship Program provides financial support and teaching tools to future educators enrolled as a:
■ Senior in a bachelor’s education program
■ Student in a master’s or doctorate education program.
Deadline: January 15, 2011
Type of Award: Scholarship
Awards Available: 15
p.s. If you need help in your scholarship search, please contact S.E.A. c/o
NORRIS COLEMAN @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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