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The mission statement of the Foundation fully captures the intent of its founder, Walter J. Brown. In 1970, Brown established the Watson-Brown Foundation primarily to provide “college opportunities for underprivileged boys and girls.” Named for Thomas E. Watson and J.J. Brown, the Foundation awards annually more than $2.4 million in merit and need-based college scholarships to students from a eighteen county region of Georgia and South Carolina.
The primary mission of the Watson-Brown Foundation is providing need and merit based scholarships to select Georgia and South Carolina students attending accredited four year colleges and universities. in the United States.
Amount: $5,000; renewable for four years
United Negro College Fund Scholarships
UNCF has helped more than 450,000 students earn their college degrees since its founding.
UNCF is the nation’s largest private scholarship provider to minority group members. Each year, we award more than $100 million in scholarships to more than 10,000 students at more than 1,100 schools across the country.
There are several scholarships listed. Apply for as many as possible.
Clemson: The Lyceum Scholars Program
Open to incoming Freshmen, the Lyceum Scholars Program is the first college program in the U.S. to use a Great Books approach to studying liberty, capitalism, the American Founding and moral character. All Lyceum Scholars are assigned faculty "Socratic Tutors" who guide their intellectual development for their entire four-year education. Those interested in becoming Lyceum Scholars should apply during their senior year of high school to Clemson University and the Lyceum Scholars programs.
All Lyceum Scholars receive a $10,000 scholarship, which is disbursed over their 4 years at Clemson University. In exchange for this scholarship, students in this program take a sequence of eight courses with the Lyceum Scholars Program.
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Aug. 3, 2022
Pizza Hut and its franchisees have launched a foundation focused on education and career readiness to enable its team members and their peers to have access to greater career and life opportunities, according to a company press release.
The foundation will provide scholarships with award amounts between $2,000 and $5,000 to students who are financially disadvantaged and who prove leadership and community involvement in and around Pizza Hut restaurants.
The Pizza Hut Foundation is led by a board of directors consisting of members of the International Pizza Hut Franchise Holder Association (IPHFHA). Gene Camarena, Pizza Hut Foundation board chairman and president of La Raza Pizza Inc., understands the value of providing opportunity to those in need:
"By providing funding for education – whether at a university, vocational school, or trade school - the Pizza Hut Foundation can help students reach their career goals, setting them up to be the leaders and entrepreneurs of the future," Gene Camarena, Pizza Hut Foundation board chairman and president of franchisee group La Raza Pizza Inc. said in the release. "Pizza Hut is grateful to serve communities around the country, and launching the foundation is one way we can give back to our neighbors in need."
The scholarships are available for students on track to apply to two- or four-year colleges or universities, vocational-technical schools, and trade schools. The Pizza Hut Foundation scholarship program is accepting applications now through Aug. 12. https://www.pizzamarketplace.