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Ivy & Pearls Scholarship

Ivy Pearls Scholarship

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High School Students,

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About This Scholarship

Scholarships based on merit and need are given by Pearls and Ivy once. These scholarships were created to support female African American students who are pursuing higher education. Additionally, the Foundation aids associations and programmes for the Ann Arbour, Ypsilanti, and surrounding areas.

The Ivy and Pearls Foundation is a nonprofit that awards scholarships to deserving high school students of African and African-American origin in the wider Bay Area. The Foundation is happy to have funded Bay Area students’ long-term educational objectives and aspirations by providing them with thousands of dollars in scholarships.

Eligibility Criteria For Ivy & Pearls Scholarship

Here are some general factors that may be considered for scholarships for female African American students:

  • Gender and Ethnicity: Scholarships may require applicants to identify as female and be of African American or African descent. These scholarships aim to support and empower African American women in their pursuit of higher education.
  • Academic Achievement: Scholarships often consider academic performance, such as a minimum GPA or class rank. Applicants may need to provide transcripts or other documents to demonstrate their academic achievements.
  • Field of Study: Some scholarships may be specific to certain academic disciplines or fields of study, such as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), healthcare, business, education, or the arts. Scholarships may aim to encourage African American women to pursue careers in underrepresented fields.
  • Financial Need: Many scholarships take into account the financial need of applicants. Financial need can be assessed through the submission of financial aid forms or other supporting documents.
  • Community Involvement and Leadership: Scholarships may consider an applicant’s involvement in extracurricular activities, leadership roles, community service, or initiatives that demonstrate their engagement and commitment to their community.
  • Letters of Recommendation: Scholarships may request letters of recommendation from teachers, mentors, or community leaders who can speak to the applicant’s character, achievements, and potential.

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