HARDSHIP SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Congratulations to our HBCU Students on their $250 scholarship award.

Amid the current climate caused by COVID-19 and the recent protests around the world, The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation, Inc. has created the “HBCU Community Empowerment Initiative” to combat the issues that have plagued our HBCU students. This scholarship is available to students experiencing homelessness, lack of adequate food supply and scarcity of overall resources. Scholarships are reviewed on an ongoing basis.

  • Jared Sumpter – Tuskegee University

  • Hali Jones – Alcorn State University

  • Virginia Butler – Alabama A&M University

  • Tanzania Williams – Howard University

  • Malik John Eric Bryant – Shaw University

  • Ijeoma – Morgan State University

  • Destney Johnson – Grambling State University

  • Camaren M. Clarke – Morgan State University

  • Queena Keturah Gaynor – Bethune Cookman University

The Hall of Fame is committed to the educational growth and development of African American undergraduate and graduate students attending institutions of higher learning, with preference given to those attending HBCUs. Through gifts provided by our corporate sponsors, the Hall of Fame is able to provide scholarships to deserving students.

The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation, Inc. (Hall of Fame) is committed to the educational growth and development of African American undergraduate/graduate students attending Historically Black Colleges or Universities (HBCUs). It is important to assist African American youth in pursuit of a college education. Through gifts provided by our corporate sponsors, the NBCA Hall of Fame’s Chefs of the World is able to provide scholarships to deserving students attending HBCUs.

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