Shayla R. Price: Scholarship Queen

Scholarship Money I was sitting in my ergonomic, black, swivel-capable, blogging chair, looking out the window, when “Ding!” another email hit my inbox.  Already looking for a diversion, I  set aside my blogging mindset and switched gears immediately.  Post haste, without missing a beat or moving at all, I was reading an email from one of the most successful scholarship searchers ever, the one and only Scholarship Queen, Shayla R. Price!  Nearly jumping for joy at the good fortune of this website, I requested an interview with her.  Wish granted and here we are! Continue Reading…

Coca-Cola Scholarship

Hurry Hurry Hurry!!!!  The deadline for The Coca-Cola Scholarship is quickly approaching!  All applications must be submitted by October 31, 2010.

The Coca-Cola Scholars Program issues over $3M annually to applicants who have a “thirst” for knowledge.  The Coca-Cola Scholarship is an achievement based scholarship that renews annually.  In 2011, it will be awarded to 250 deserving high school seniors who have undergone a rigorous application process that includes essay questions, personal interviews (conducted in Atlanta, GA), and a minimum of two letters of recommendation.

The scholarship is open to all high school seniors in the United States.  Applications for the Coca Cola Scholarship can be found on the Coca Cola Scholars website, and must be submitted by October 31, 2010 for consideration for the 2011 awards.  Answers to frequently asked questions are also available on the website, and students can call (800) 306-2653 for more information.

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The Michael Jackson Scholarship

Michael Jackson Are you an African American student?  When dreaming of furthering your education, do you envision yourself majoring in performance arts, English, or communications?   If you answered yes to these questions, then we just might have the scholarship you’ve been looking for.

Michael Jackson, the well known pop icon, left behind a legacy of generosity.  In 1986, he donated over one million dollars to the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) to establish a scholarship endowment.  This fund has enabled over 500 students to attend college since 1986, and the original gift continues to earn interest so that future students can also receive scholarships.  Continue Reading…


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