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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Lucrative African-American Scholarship Opportunities

Lucrative African-American Scholarship Opportunities

It is without question that African-Americans need scholarships, grants, and financial-aid. This Scholarship Blog report provides an insight about the numerous scholarships, grants, and financial-aid resources for African-Americans, as well as scholarships, grants, and financial-aid resources for African-American moms, mothers, and women.

According to statistics and commentary from the Tavis Smiley Reports, there are numerous adverse and daunting statistics that American-Americans/Black Americans must overcome to pursue a collegiate education, not the least of which is obtaining scholarships for African-Americans. Tavis Smiley documents that "Young Black men — across the board — score below their counterparts in other racial and ethnic groups when it comes to graduation rates, literacy rates and college preparedness." And many African American men, in turn, are virtually locked out of employment and are filling up the nation’s prisons in disproportionate numbers.

According to a compelling report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation that emphasizes the connection between early childhood literacy and dropout rates, there are startling figures in regards to the need to look at the achievement gaps between Black and white public school students from the Department of Education, which should generate interest in further expanding funds towards African-American Scholarships.

African-American scholarships are important for a number of reasons. African-American Scholarships are sponsored and funded to addresss unique issues and circumstances that in principle and actual theory largely affect African-Americans. Sponsor that promote and fund African-American Scholarships do so because of their belief that African-American Scholarships will not only help African-American students, but represent a benevolent act of helping humanity. African-American Scholarships help to address a growing lack of funding and scholarship opportunities for African-American students.

African-American ScholarshipsAfrican-American Scholarships general scholarship eligibility requirements are as follows for our $25,000, $15,000, and $10,000 African-American Scholarships:


  1. African-American scholarship applicants must consider himself/herself to be an African-American or Black U.S. citizen;

  2. African-American/Minority scholarship applicants must be a U.S. citizen at time of application;

  3. African-American scholarship applicants must register his/her name and email address, and payment preference with National Academy of American Scholars;

  4. African-American scholarship applicants must be a U.S. senior in high school;

  5. African-American scholarship applicants must write an essay in 500 words or less why he/she deserves to win an African-American Scholarship;

  6. African-American scholarship applicant must LIKE the FaceBook page of Scholarships, Grants, and Financial-aid page sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars or follow our Twitter account;

  7. African-American scholarship applicant must generate at least 150 Scholarship Points to be invited to participate in our Scholarships, Grants, and Financial-aid monthly contests.

For a detailed review of our multiple scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options in each and every state, from Alaska to Wyoming, for African-American students and African-American moms, mothers, and single mothers that are seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit our State-by-State Scholarship Directory website that contains numerous scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options for African-American students and African-American moms, mothers, and single mothers that are seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid :
State-by-State African-American Scholarship Directory

For a detailed review of our multiple scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options for African-American students and African-American moms, mothers, and single mothers that are seeking scholarships, grants, and financial-aid, please visit our website at: African-American Scholarships

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