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SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

We are excited to announce our annual $500 scholarship application is now open! We are looking to support outstanding young women who are seeking a higher education. Together, we are inspiring young females to be the leaders of tomorrow by continuing the legacy of our dear friend, A'Ja. 

Deadline: August 19th, 2022 

*Winners will be announced at a later date.

Qualifications

  • Must be a female high school senior graduating in the Spring 2022

  • Must plan to attend college in the Fall 2022

  • Must exemplify a strong motivation to succeed

Requirements:

  1. 750 word personal essay highlighting motivation to pursue a higher education

  2. Resume

  3. College acceptance letter

  4. One letter of recommendation

Application Process:

  • All requirements must be submitted by Friday, August 19th, 2022

  • Finalists will be notified via email to schedule a Zoom interview

Application Distribution:​

The Scholarship Review and Selection Committee will select the winners by the end of August and notify all applicants of the decision. The A'Ja G. Brown Scholarship Foundation will require the winners to submit proof of enrollment to their chosen college before scholarship funds are distributed. Additional details for acceptance will be sent directly to the winners. 

*Note: An email will be sent to the email address you provide to confirm that we have we received your application. If you do not receive an email confirmation, it means that your application did not go through. If you are having difficulty in submitting your application, please email your application information and all attachments to agbscholarship18@gmail.com

 
 
Application Form
Upload Resume
Upload College Acceptance Letter
Upload Letter of Recommendation

*Terms & Conditions: I have read all of the qualifications and requirements expected of this scholarship application. I agree and understand that all requirements must be submitted by the deadline in order to be considered for the scholarship. I understand that if any information submitted is proven to be false, the organization has the right to deny my application.