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Jones County Junior College & Tech. School

Full Tuition

Full Tuition & $100 credit per semester for books

Full Tuition & $100 credit per semester for books

½ Room and Board Cost

Job Corps

Mobile Works – (251) 461-4475

  • Three Letters of Recommendation

  • 500 Word essay

  • Resume


Amelia Kemp Memorial Fund

  • Assists ELCA women of color in undergraduate, graduate, professional or vocational courses of study.

  • Contact: Amelia Kemp Memorial Fund
    Program Director
    8765 West Higgins Road
    Chicago, IL  60631-4189

Kiwanis Club / Key Club Common Scholarship Applicantion

  • $1,000 for study at an accredited college

  • must be a Key Club Member

  • March

  • Contact: Mobile Kiwanis Club ATTN: Lovina Koch PO Box 88027 Mobile, Al 36608

Kerfoot Minority Scholar

  • GPA 2.5 or higher

  • Senior in Mobile County Public System

  • Black male / female

  • Deadline April 30

  • Contact: Rick Burroughs 438-8331

  1. Kerfoot Memorial Foundation Trust Dept. AmSouth Bank

  2. PO Drawer 1628 Mobile, AL 36633

Kids’ Chance Scholarship Fund

  • Deadline May

  • Required to apply for Financial Aid

  • Established for child of permanently disabled or killed parent (on-the job accident)

  • Contact: Kids’Chance Scholarship Comm. Ala. Law Foundation, Inc

P.O. Box 671 Montgomery, AL 36010

(334) 269-1515

Knight-Ridder Scholarship for Native American Journalists

  • Native American students interested in pursuing a newspaper journalism career.

  • Recipient must work as a paid intern during the summer at a Knight-Ridder newspaper, and is eligible to apply for other Knight-Ridder scholarships. 

  • Amount: $5,000 stipend.  Deadline: March 1.

  • Contact: Knight-Ridder, Inc.
    Linda Fullerton

St. Paul Pioneer Press
345 Cedar Street
St. Paul, MN 55101-1057

The Kodak Scholarship Program

  • For junior, senior, and graduate-level students of cinematography at U.S. colleges and universities offering 4-year degree programs in cinematography and film production.

  • Applicants must be nominated for the scholarship by faculty or administration at their college or university.

  • Amount: up to $5,000.


  • Contact: University Film and Video Foundation
    c/o Linda Alexander
    595 West Hartsdale Avenue
    White Plains, New York 10607

Mae Lalsey/Osage Scholarship Fund

  • Awarded to Osage Indian at the graduate and undergraduate levels. 

  • Amount: $250-$1,000.  Deadline: June 30.

  • Contact: Mae Lasley/Osage Scholarship Fund
    PO Box 2009
    Tulsa, OK  74101
    (918) 587-3115

Landscape Architecture Foundation/Edward D. Stone, Jr.

  • Annual awards for African American, Hispanic, Native American and other minority students pursuing a career in landscape architecture who are in the final 2 years of undergraduate study. 

  • In addition to application, student must submit a FAFSA, essay, color slides or photographs which demonstrate their best work, and two letters of recommendation.

  • Contact: Scholarship Coordinator
    Landscape Architecture Foundation
    636 Eye (I) Street, NW
    Washington, DC  20001-3736 
    (202) 898-2444 or (202) 216-2356
    Fax: (202) 898-1185

Latinas Promoviendo Comunidad Lambda Pi Chi Sorority Inc. 

  • As the first major undertaking of Project H.A.C.E.R. (Hermanas for the Advancement of Career and Educational Resources), Young Scholars with FLAVA! aims to bridge the “digital divide” by providing young adults of color with personal computers and software to increase access to and awareness of the World Wide Web. 

  • High school seniors and first year college students are asked to answer an essay on how technology can add “Flava” to their community. 

  • Of all entries received, five winners will receive a personal computer and software courtesy of Latinas Promoviendo Comunidad/Lambda Pi Chi Sorority, Inc. and

Leveraging Educational Assistance State Partnership Program

  • Grant aids students who are enrolled in and attending a public or private college or university within the state of Idaho, regardless of their state of residence. 

  • Eligible students must have financial need and may be enrolled part-time. 

  • Amount: Up to $5,000.

  • Contact: Idaho Board of Education
    Scholarship Committee
    PO Box 83720
    Boise, ID  83720-0037

James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation

  • Undergraduate or graduate engineering and technology students who use arc welding in solving design engineering or fabrication problems. 

  • Deadline: June 15.  Amount: Up to $2,000. 

  • Contact: James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation
    PO Box 17035
    Cleveland, OH  44117

Charles A. Lindbergh Fund, Inc.

  • Grant to students in technology and environment major. 

  • Amount: $10,580. 

  • Contact: Charles A. Lindbergh Fund, Inc.
    708 S. 3rd. St. #110
    Minneapolis, MN  55415

Lemoyne Community Scholarship

  • Must attend Bishop Community College /Process & Instrumentation Technology

  • Deadline: January Contact:

Link Scholar Award

  • Male / Female African American GPA 3.0 or better

  • Min SAT score 850/ ACT score 20

  • Photo Two letters of recommendation

  • Transcript

  • Typewritten statement of goals

  • Deadline March

  • $1500

  • Contact: Lynda Finley c/o The Links

220 S. Dearborn St. Mobile, AL 36602

Clare Booth Luce Scholarships in Science and Engineering

  • Women studying biology, engineering, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, and physics. 

  • Contact: Henry Luce Foundation, Inc.
    111 W 50th St.
    New York, NY  10020

The Lloyd and Lois Martin Multicultural Scholarships/Cruel Awards

  • Messiah College (Grantham, PA) awards full-tuition scholarships to three entering first-year students of color who have demonstrated scholarship combined with service, ministry, or leadership involvement in their school, church, or community.

  • (800) 233-4220

  • Deadline: Must submit a complete application for admission before March 1. 

  • Contact: Suri Singh, Coordinator of Multicultural Student Recruitment


Taylor Michaels Scholarship Fund

  • The Taylor Michaels Scholarship Fund, a program of the Magic Johnson Foundation, is designed to provide support for deserving inner-city high school students who demonstrate a strong potential for academic achievement but face socioeconomic conditions that hinder them from achieving that potential.

  • Since its inception in 1998, the fund, which has several components (e.g., a mentoring program, an internship program, and Life and Practical Skills Seminars), has provided 83 students with financial assistance to attend the college or university of their choice.

  • Applicants must meet the following criteria: be a senior in high school with plans to attend a four-year college or university; have at least a 2.5 GPA; and be a resident of Atlanta, Cleveland, Houston, Los Angeles, or New York. Scholarship recipients will be selected on the basis of (1) a written essay, (2) cumulative grade point average (2.5 and above), and (3) financial need as determined by the Magic Johnson Foundation.

  • Deadline: February 1, 2002.

  • For complete guidelines and an application form,

Contact: Magic Johnson Foundation, Inc.
6167 Bristol Parkway, Suite 450
Culver City, CA 90230
(310) 338-8110
Fax: (310) 338-8563

Magnes Business Scholarship at USA

  • Business Major

  • $2000 renewable

  • Mobile County resident

  • Need based

  • November

  • Contact: (251) 460-6141

Migzi Communications
Awarded to Freshmen American Indians in Media Communication

Amount: $100.

Contact: Migzi Communications
3123 East Lake Street, Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN  55406
(612) 296-6458
Minority On-Line Information Service ( MOLIS)


Mobile Area Association of Urban Bankers

  • Monetary award for study of finance at an accredited college

  • Minority students

  • March

  • Contact: Mobile Area Association of Urban Bankers

PO Box 40314 Mobile, Al. 36640

Mobile Sunrise Rotary Club

  • $1000

  • disabled students

  • April

  • Contact: (251) 344-4508 Mobile Sunrise Rotary Club PO Box 8351 Mobile,

  • Mobile-West Rotary Club

  • Mobile County area

  • Maintain a “C” average

  • Personal letter giving reason for scholarship/list of activities

  • Transcript

  • Letter of recommendation

  • Deadline: February

  • $2,500 and $1,00 to accredited college

  • Contact: Mobile-West Rotary Club Scholarship Chairman

PO Box 16201 Mobile, AL 3661

Mobile Baptist Association / WMU

Willie Mae Lyon Scholarship to University of Mobile

  • $500 May ACT/SAT GPA

  • contact: Mobile Baptist Association 616 Azalea Rd Mobile

Mobile County Junior Miss Program

  • Citizen of the U.S. must be enrolled in

  • Must not be pregnant or married or ever married

  • Must not be a mother

  • Deadline December 1

  • Min GPA 4.0

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