Historical Booker T. Washington High School Holds Scholarship Events

By: Tecia G. Marshall

February 24, 2017

Memphis, TN – Booker T. Washington High School, Memphis, Tennessee, announces its 2017 Warrior Weekend of events.  The weekend will consist of various engaging and remarkable events that bring alumni, current students, faculty, staff and the entire community together to raise money for the STEM and scholarship fund.

Warrior Weekend will be held from Thursday, April 6 through Saturday, April 8.  Events include a business expo, community coffee, alumni basketball game, prayer breakfast, all-white affair and talent showcase.

Although it is titled, “Warrior Weekend” anyone is welcome to join the festivities.  All-inclusive tickets are $70 and individual event tickets will be available as well.

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The Memphis chapter of the National Black MBA was established in 1993 with  36 charter members. The Memphis chapter has grown significantly since that time. The chapter is involved in the corporate, civic, community, and educational activities of Greater Shelby County. The chapter hosts several annual fundraising and social events.

The mission of the organization: To stimulate the intellectual and economic wealth of the African American community, enhancing the entire community at large. Our mission is framed around five cornerstones: Leadership, Lifestyle, Career, Entrepreneurship, and Education. 
NATIONAL BLACK MBA ASSOCIATION, INC. SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM:

The purpose of The Memphis Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. scholarship is to offer financial assistance for tuition and other educational expenses to students enrolled in a business or management programs. Scholarships are apportioned based on an applicant’s demonstrated academic achievement, community service, letter of reference(s), verbal skills and resume. Scholarship recipients will be notified the second week of April and are required to attend our Visionaries Symposium Luncheon on April 20, 2017.

The application deadline is April 1st, 2017.

If you have questions please contact:

Leadership Team:  Memphis_nbmbaa@yahoo.com

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JUGS Scholarship Information

Memphis Chapter Justice, Unity, Generosity, Service, International

MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

Deadline March 10, 2017

 

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Book scholarship! Up to $2500!

SCHOLARSHIP ALERT!! The application for the Clifton B. Gibbs Scholarship Program is NOW OPEN through April 1st!! The scholarship is open to all Tennessee residents, junior and senior high school students, as well as, at ANY post-high educational level.

The scholarship was founded to honor the education and achievement legacy of Clifton B. Gibbs. Visit http://clif2012.org/clifton-b-gibbs-scholarship-fund/ to apply today!

 

The Common Black College Application allows students to apply to any number of 50 HBCUs at the same time for only $35. Individual students have completed the Common Black College Application and received over $500,000 in scholarship offers. Visit www.commonblackcollegeapp.com today!

 

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C.L. Ratliff Scholarship for High School Seniors 2017
 
For more information click the link below:
 
C.L. Ratliff Scholarship for High School Seniors 2017
 
The C. L. Ratliff Scholarship Foundation will grant scholarships to selected graduating seniors living in the mid-south area who have been accepted to a college, university or vocational/technical school where the students will enroll for the fall of 2017. The scholarships are competitive and vary in amounts up to $1,000.
 
In order to be considered for the C. L. Ratliff Scholarship, both the character references and application form must be completed. The character references must be completed by midnight, April 8, 2017, and the application form must be completed by midnight April 15, 2017.
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Join Booker T. Washington High School as they host their 3rd and final community blood drive of the year!  The goal is 49 units so that the school will receive a $1000 scholarship! SIGN UP TODAY!

You must be at least 17 years old (16 with parental consent), weigh at least 115 pounds and be in generally good health.

BE READY! Follow these guidelines to make sure you can give:

Drink plenty of fluids 1 to 6 hours in advance

Eat a balanced meal 1 to 4 hours in advance

If your iron level has been too low to donate, the following iron-rich foods might help: Lean beef, chicken, turkey, fish, shrimp, oysters, broccoli, spinach, brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, green beans, tomatoes, whole grain bread, brown rice, whole grain cereal, enriched pasta, tortillas, berries, watermelon, cherries, grapes, oranges, grapefruit, plums, and dried fruit, nuts, unrefined sugar, molasses.

Here’s the appointment link to sign-up! https://ww2.clublifeblood.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/59878

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