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December 11, 2017
Elder Dr. Mary McLaughlin, Director
 "This is the Lord's doing; it is marvelous in our eyes" (Psalm 118:23).
              Inga Froneberger  -  Coppin State
Degree: B.A.  
Jaylen Ferebee - Waverly Elementary School
to Waverly Middle School 
Kayla Nance  -  McCormick Elementary School
(maintained an "A" average for all four quarters) 
 Accepted at Loch Raven Magnet Academy
Kinjata Patterson - Edmondson Westside High
to Baltimore Community College of Baltimore County 
Terez Sullivan - Friendship Preparatory Academy at Calverton
to Edmondson Westside High 
Kayla Torrence - William Winchester Elementary School
 Carroll Christian Middle School
December 2015 and June 2016
Master Kyle A. Young-Alston Attends Boys Latin School
 Honor Roll All Four Quarters
"2015 Graduates"
CONGRATULATIONS TO:  Shanell Gray who graduated on
Friday, November 6, 2015 from Tesst College of Technology with
credentials in Medical Billing and Coding.
WAY TO GO. . .Shanell! 

 Amber Janelle Bailey -  Class of 2015 (Graduated Magna Cum Laude)
Bachelor of Science - Manhattan College (N.Y.)
Amber was awarded a 4-year Scholarship in 2012, merited placement on the Dean's List
by earning a 4.0 GPA as well as early admission to Sophomore status in her first year.
She graduated this year (one year early) at the top of her class.
We congratulate the proud Parents of Amber (Min. Clarence & Sis. Michele Poole) also.
Antonio Matthews on being accepted to Cristo Rey Jesuit High School.  We know he will do well in his new assignment.  Congratulations to his proud Mom, Keisha Parker also.
Sis. Inga Froneberger, the Scholarship Committee and Sacred Zion Family & Friends Congratulated Our 2013 Sacred Zion Graduates With An Ice Cream Social following the morning Worship on Sunday, August 19th. 

                                    Jasmin Johnson    Trashawn Wallace     Kawana Wallace   Serenity Wallace 
 Imani Brown                            
Amber & Aryn Greene                    Latarsha Patterson  
                           Damien Tucker         

-Lashell Greene
The Scholarships:
The Blades of Greeen Scholarship
March 15th 2015
Environmental studies or related fields
2016 General Education Scholarship
July 15th 2016
500 word essay
2016 Anita C Leight Estuary Center
April 1st 2016
3.0 GPA Study environmental science or nature education
2016 GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship
January 7th 2016
3.0 GPA Online application
Maryland Emergency Management Scholarship
April 1st 2016
Essay ,Studying Emergency Management or related fields
2016 James Weldon Scholarship
February 8th  2016
Males, 3.0 GPA, 500-700 word essay
Cynthia E Morgan Memorial Scholarship
February 25th 2016
Junior or Senior, 1st person attending a MD post-secondary school, medical field
Big Sun Scholarship
June 17th, 2016
Student athletes
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
January 30th 2016
Stephen J Brady Huner Scholarship
December 5th 2015
Application online
2015 Scholarship Points Awards
December 8th 2015
Application online
Solution Reach
December 18th 2015
3.2 GPA, Accepted to college/university
CrossLites Scholarship
December 31st 2015
400-600 word Essay
10 Words or Less
January 29th 2016
Application online
You Deserve it
February 15th 2016
Application online
The Ron Brown Scholarship
January 9th 2016
African American, leadership skills, commubnity service
Maryland Mensa
January 15th 2016
Essay required
Dolores H Janifer Memorial Scholarship
February 29th 2016
500 word essay, letters of recommendation from school, church, employer
Northrop Grumman
February 3rd 2016
SAT of 1700, 3.5 GPA
Duboff & Associates
January 24th 2016
30-120 second video and essay
Janet Hardy Memorial
April 2nd 2016
3.25 GPA, one season of soccer, drug and alcohol free
AFCEA Aberdeen Chapter
Decemeber 18th 2015
3.5 GPA, combined SAT 2000, entering a STEM field

   Golden Identification Card Program

First floor Mitchell Bldg.; 314-8219

College Park participates in the University of Maryland's Golden Identification Card Program. This program allows eligible senior citizens to take advantage of the wide variety of course offerings at College Park. To be eligible for participation the individual must:

  • be 60 years of age or older
  • a legal resident of the State of Maryland
  • retired (not engaged in gainful employment for more than 20 hours a week).

Application is made through the Office of either Undergraduate or Graduate Admissions. The appropriate application fee will be assessed. College Park tuition is waived, students are charged part-time undergraduate student fees, less the health, student activities, and athletic fees. Please see the Office of the Bursar for the exact amount.

Golden ID students register on a space available basis for a maximum of three courses during the first week of classes. Golden ID students must meet all course prerequisite and co-requisite requirements. The Golden Identification Card with a current semester registration card will entitle eligible persons to certain academic services, including the use of the libraries, as well as certain other non-academic services. Such services will be available during any session only to persons who have registered for one or more courses for that session. Golden ID students are not eligible for Consortium courses or Continuing Education.

Golden ID students also have the opportunity to become involved with the Golden ID Student Association which provides cultural and social events, course recommendations, and peer advising. Additional information may be obtained from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Mitchell Building, 314-8385, or the Golden ID Student Program, first floor, Mitchell Bldg. 314-8219.

**Please Click Here for Important Information Regarding Summer and Winter Term Golden ID students**


Life Long learning in Maryland

What do you want to learn today? Lifelong learning is waiting for you in Maryland.

Retirement -- and semi-retirement -- frees up your time for stimulating intellectual experiences and making new friendships with others as motivated as you! Marylanders 50+ are fortunate to have so many local opportunities to explore. It’s never too late to expand your mind and satisfy your sense of wonder!

Maryland law Education Title 16-106 Annotated Code of Maryland) provides for tuition waivers at all community colleges (subject to space availability) for any Maryland resident who is 60 years old or older and who enrolls in any class that is eligible for State support. In addition, it is the policy of the University of Maryland System to extend special privileges, where practicable, to senior citizens who are residents of the state of Maryland. The term senior citizen includes any individual who is 60 years of age or older, who is retired, and whose chief income is derived from retirement benefits, and who is not employed full time. Privileges to be extended to such individuals shall include, subject to certain conditions, waiver of tuition for undergraduate and graduate courses, use of the libraries, and such other privileges as individual institutions shall determine. Special programs for Marylanders who are 50+ are also available. Consult the list below of statewide opportunities

Even if you do not have a college-aged child at home, please share this with someone who does.  Pass this scholarship information on to anyone and everyone that comes to mind. Though there are a number of companies and organizations that have donated monies for scholarship use to African Americans, a great deal of the money is being returned because of a lack of interest.  No one is going to knock on our doors and ask if we can use a scholarship.  Take the initiative to get your children involved.  There is no need for money to be returned to donating companies because we fail to apply for it!  Please pass this information on to family members, nieces, nephews, friends with children, etc.  We must get the word out that money is available.  If you are a college student or getting ready to become one , you probably already know how useful additional money can be. Our youth really could use these scholarships.  Thanks! (If clicking on the link doesn't work, copy and paste the URL in your web browser.) Source:  Coppin State University




 2) Student Inventors Scholarships



 3) Student Video Scholarships


 4) Coca-Cola Two Year College Scholarships


 5) Holocaust Remembrance Scholarships


 6) Ayn Rand Essay Scholarships


 7) Brand Essay Competition


 8) Gates Millennium Scholarships (major)

 9) Xerox Scholarships for Students

10) Sports Scholarships and Internships


11) National Assoc. of Black Journalists Scholarships (NABJ)


12) Saul T. Wilson Scholarships (Veterinary)


13) Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund


14) FinAid: The Smart Students Guide to Financial Aid Scholarships


15) Presidential Freedom Scholarships


16) Microsoft Scholarship Program


17) WiredScholar Free Scholarship Search


18) Hope Scholarships &Lifetime Credits


19) William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship for Minority Students


20) Multiple List of Minority Scholarships

21) Guaranteed Scholarships


22) BOEING scholarships (soma e HBCU connects)

23) Easley National Scholarship Program


24) Maryland Artists Scholarships


26) Jacki Tuckfield Memorial Graduate Business Scholarship (for AA students in South Florida)


27) Historically Black College & University Scholarships


28) Actuarial Scholarships for Minority Students


29) International Students Scholarships & Aid Help


30) College Board Scholarship Search

31) Burger King Scholarship Program


32) Siemens Westinghouse Competition


33) GE and LuLac Scholarship Funds


34) CollegeNet's Scholarship Database


35) Union Sponsored Scholarships and Aid


36) Federal Scholarships & Aid Gateways 25 Scholarship Gateways from Black Excel


37) Scholarship &Financial Aid Help


38) Scholarship Links (Ed Finance Group)


39) FAFSA On The Web (Your Key Aid Form &Info)


40) Aid &Resources For Re-Entry Students


41) Scholarships and Fellowships


42) Scholarships for Study in Paralegal Studies


43) HBCU Packard Sit Abroad Scholarships (for students around the world)


44) Scholarship and Fellowship Opportunities


45) INROADS internships


46) ACT-SO EUR Olympics of the Mind "A Scholarships


47) Black Alliance for Educational Options Scholarships

48) ScienceNet Scholarship Listing

49) Graduate Fellowships For Minorities Nationwide



51) The Roothbert Scholarship Fund


College/University Information For Youth
Please feel free to share with any youth that can use it to help them get into college.
1.  WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY -  It has an opportunity for minority students to attend its MBA program for FREE, and so far, the response has been very poor.  The contact person is DERRICK S. BOONE, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Marketing, Rm. 3139 Worrell Professional Center, Babcock Graduate Schoolof Management - Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, N.C. 27109-8738.  E-mail: derrick.boone@mba.wfu.edu or visit www.wfu.edu.  Phone Number 866-925-3622  (Toll Free).
2.   CALL ME MISTER PROGRAM -    FOUR historical black colleges in South Carolina - BENEDICT COLLEGE, CHAFLIN UNIVERSITY, MORRIS COLLEGE AND SOUTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERITY -  will provide scholarships to Black Males who may wish to study to become Black Male Teachers in our secondary school system.  Visit  www.callmemister.clemson.edu/inex.htl  for details concerning online application or call 1-800-640-2657.   This is an excellent opportunity for a young Black male living in a household below the poverty level who has decent high school grades who may be motivated to go to college to become a school teacher.

3.  HARVARD UNIVERSITY - It is offering free tuition to families of HONOR STUDENTS in high school where their household income is less than $125,000 per year.  Visit www.fao.fas.harvard.edu  or call 617-495-1581.

4.  SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY -  Its School of Architecture is desperately seeking young men and women of color interested in pursuing a 5 year professional degree in Architecture.  Contact Mark Robbins, Dean, School of Architecture, 201 Slocum Hall, Syracuse, New York 13244-1250.  Phone 315-443-2256.  See www.soa.syr.edu/indes.php.

This is a service to our member organizations and part of our program to reduce juvenile delinquency by African American youth by encouraging them to stay in school, to endeavor to maintain a solid "B" average, and to seek to go on to college, vocational or trade school.  Giving them notice of such opportunities could be a powerful incentive not to use illegal drugs, engage in juvenile delinquent behavior and prevent school dropout. 

Thank you,
Richard A. Henderson
Project Coordinator
East Baltimore Drug Free Coalition
1400 E. Federal Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21213

Top 2012 Scholarships For Black Students
( Source: African-American Association of Co-op City)
AARP Foundation Women's Scholarship Program
For women 40+ seeking new job skills, training and educational opportunities to support themselves.
Academic Competitiveness Grant
For first-year and second-year college students who graduated from high school.
Actuarial Diversity Scholarship
For minority students pursuing a degree that may lead to a career in the actuarial profession.
Akash Kuruvilla Memorial Scholarship Fund
For students who demonstrate excellence in leadership, diversity, integrity and academia.
American Copy Editors Society Scholarship
Available to junior, senior and graduate students who will take full-time copy editing jobs or internships.
AORN Foundation Scholarship
For students studying to be nurses and perioperative nurses pursuing undergrad and grad degrees.
Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarship
For students who indicate a sincere interest in an automotive related career.
AWG Minority Scholarship For Women
Encourages young minority women to pursue an education and later a career in the geosciences.
AXA Achievements Scholarship
Provides more than $600K in annual scholarships to 52 students - one from each state.
Beacon Partners Healthcare IT Scholarships
Awarded to a student pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in the IT Healthcare field.
Best Buy Scholarship
For students in grades 9-12 who plan to enter a full-time undergraduate program upon high school graduation.
Burger King Scholars Program
For high school seniors who have part-time jobs and excel academically in school.
CIA Undergraduate Scholarship Program
Developed to assist minority and disabled students, but open to all who meet the requirements.
Coca-Cola Scholars Program
Four-year achievement-based scholarships given to 250 high school seniors each year.
Davidson Fellows Scholarship
Recognizes and awards the extraordinary who excel in math, science, and technology.
Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund
Need-based scholarships for college students are part of the progressive movement in their community.
Dell Scholars Program
For students who demonstrate a desire and ability to overcome barriers and achieve their goals.
Development Fund For Black Students in Science and Technology
For students studying science or technology at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Discovery Scholarship
Annual scholarship for high school juniors to support continued education and training beyond high school.
Ed Bradley/ Ken Kashiwahara Scholarships
Open to full-time students who are pursuing careers in radio and television news.
EMPOWER Scholarship Award
Designed to increase diversity in the medical rehabilitation field by awarding students of color.
ESA Foundation Computer and Video Game Scholarship Program
For minority and female students majoring in a field related to computer and video game arts.
Fulbright Scholar Program
Sends faculty and professionals abroad each year to lecture and conduct research.
Future Engineers Scholarship Program
For students pursuing a career in engineering who shows outstanding academic performance.

Gates Millenium Scholarship
Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; established to help low income minority students.
Go On Girl Book Club Scholarship
Supports authors of the Black African Diaspora who wan to write their way to college money.
Google Anita Borg Scholarship
For women who excel in computing and technology, and are active role models and leaders.
Hallie Q. Brown Scholarship
For African American women who have a minimum C average, and can demonstrate financial need.
HBCU Study Abroad Scholarship
Provides travel opportunities for students of color who are traditionally under-represented in such programs. 
J Jacob K. Javits Fellowship Program
Provides fellowships to students who excel in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
Javits-Frasier Teacher Scholarship Fund
To increase diverse students' access to talent development opportunities through teacher training.
Jeannette Rankin Women's Scholarship Fund
For low-income women who have a vision of how their education will benefit themselves and their community.
Joe Francis Haircare Scholarship
For cosmetology and barber school students who can demonstrate a financial need.
KFC Colonel's Scholars Program
For college-bound students who can demonstrate financial need, and have a GPA of at least 2.75.
Lincoln Forum Scholarship Essay Contest
A writing contest pertaining to the life and times of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War era.
McKesson Pharmacy Scholarship
Designed to assist pharmacy students who plan to continue their education.
National Achievement Scholarship
Established in 1964 to provide recognition for outstanding African American high school students.
National Black Police Association Scholarships
For students pursuing careers in law enforcement, criminal justice, and other related areas.
National Institute of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship
For students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are pursuing science and health-related research.
National SMART Grant
Available to full-time students who are majoring in science, math, technology, engineering, and more.
PMI Educational Foundation Scholarships
Established for students in the field of project management or a project management related field.
Ron Brown Scholar Program
Seeks to identify African American high school seniors who will make significant contributions to society.
Ronald Reagan College Leaders Scholarship
Seeks to recognize outstanding young people who are promoting American values on college campuses.
Siemen Competition
Competition for individual or team research projects in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology.
Thurgood Marshall College Fund Scholarships
For first-generation students majoring in business, finance, science, engineering, and more.
Tri-Delta Scholarships
For students who excel in chapter and campus involvement,community service, academics, and more.
Tylenol Scholarship
For students pursuing a career in health care who can demonstrate leadership and academic qualities.
United Negro College Fund Scholarships
Administers 400 different scholarship programs so low-income families can afford college, tuition, and books.
U.S. Bank Internet Scholarship
For high school seniors planning to enroll or college freshmen, sophomores, and juniors already enrolled.
USDA/1890 National Scholars Program
For students seeking a Bachelor's degree in agriculture, food, or natural resource sciences and related majors.
Vanguard Minority Scholarship Program
Provides merit-based scholarships to minority students studying business, finance, economics, and more.
William B. Ruggles Right To Work Journalism Scholarship
Available to undergraduate and graduate students who are majoring in journalism or a related field.
Writer's Digest Annual Short Story Competition
Contest for writers who can compose the best fictional short story, written in 1,500 words or less.
Xerox Technical Minority Scholarship
For academic high-achievers in science, engineering, and information technnology.