Organizations offering college scholarships for Black students

Organizations offering college scholarships for Black students
Two Lowcountry minority organizations are offering scholarships to help Black students begin and complete their college careers. Four scholarship opportunities are available. (Source: Gray News Media)

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Two Lowcountry minority organizations are offering scholarships to help Black students begin and complete their college careers. Four scholarship opportunities are available.

Students could earn between $250 to $2,500 in free money to help pay for college. Deadlines to apply are March 13 for some and March 26 for others.

The scholarships are offered by The Charleston (SC) Chapter of The Links, Inc., and the Jack & Jill of America, Inc, Charleston Chapter.

Most of these scholarships are for students from Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester Counties, but please read all information carefully to make sure your child is eligible to apply.

Download the applications by clicking on the download icon below each document.

HBCU Scholarship: Deadline - March 13

This scholarship offers $2,500 for sophomore, junior and senior college students attending certain Historically Black Colleges or Universities.

HBCU Book Scholarship: Deadline - March 13

This scholarship offers $250 for sophomore college students attending certain HBCUs

Jack & Jill of America: Deadline - March 22

This scholarship provides $1,000 for high school seniors set to attend college.

Mayme B. Massey: Deadline - March 26

This scholarship provides $2,000 for female high school seniors set to attend college. There are two documents associated with this scholarship.

Instructions:

Application:

The scholarships are being offered by The Charleston, South Carolina Chapter of The Links Inc. and the Jack & Jill of America Inc. Charleston Chapter.

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