Category Archives: Scholarships by Race

Exxon Mobile Math and Science Scholarship

Exxon Mobile Scholarship

Exxon Mobil Corporation, headquartered in Irving, Texas is a multinational corporation specializing in oil and gas. The corporation was founded in 1999 when Exxon and Mobil merged. The company is the 8th largest money making company in the world. ExxonMobil has 37 oil refineries around the globe that produce over six million barrels a day.… Read More »

American Jewish Archives Fellowship Scholarship

American Jewish Archives Fellowship Scholarship

The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of American Jewish Archives was founded in 1947 by Dr. Jacob Rader Marcus, a highly esteemed historian. The Center was established with the intent to collect and preserve historical materials on the topic of Jews and Jewish communities in America. The items collected were those of political, economic, social, cultural… Read More »

Latinos in Technology Scholarship

Latinos in Technology Scholarship

  Silicon Valley Community Foundation (SVCF), serving the Northern California counties of San Mateo, Santa Clara, Daly City and south to Gilroy, is the largest philanthropic community organization worth $7.3 billion dollars. SVCF works with families, individuals, and corporations to grow the fund. SVCF specializes in connecting donors with those in need, providing leadership, expertise… Read More »

Scholarships for African American Women

Scholarships for African American Women

For every student who is applying for college scholarships to supplement the ever-increasing cost of college tuition, it is vital to establish the things that make you a unique scholarship applicant.  Students should consider their family background, special skills and talents, religious affiliations, and gender when researching scholarship opportunities.  There are so many scholarship opportunities… Read More »

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Students who succeed in receiving a number of scholarships to help supplement the cost of their college tuition are successful because of their ability to find scholarship opportunities for which they are eligible.  There are countless scholarships available to incoming and current college students, and many of them are available to applicants with varying religious… Read More »

Jackie Robinson Scholarship

Jackie Robinsons Scholarship

The Jackie Robinson Scholarship is provided by the Jackie Robinson Foundation, often shortened to JRF. The foundation that awards the scholarship is designed to upholding the memory of Jackie Robinson himself and the influence that he had on our society, sports, and even the media. The foundation was first formed in 1973 by Rachel Robinson,… Read More »

Ron Brown Scholarship

Ron Brown Scholarship

Ron Brown was a ground-breaking American politician who, among other notable achievements, was the first African American to serve as the United States Secretary of Commerce which he did from 1993 to 1996 under President Bill Clinton. Prior to becoming the Secretary of Commerce, Ron Brown was the 40th Chairman of the Democratic National Committee… Read More »

Navajo Nation Scholarship

Navajo Nation Scholarship

The Navajo Nation, the largest semi-autonomous Native American territory, spreads out over 27,000 miles through parts of Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico. Its well-developed Tribal Government, which began in 1923, to administer land leases to oil companies, currently oversees 110 chapters. The Navajo Nation has its own judicial system, law enforcement, legislative, health department and… Read More »