Who is Eligible for the Scholarship Program?Main Street Launch (MSL) and The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Oakland/Bay Area Chapterr (NCBW/OBAC) offer scholarships to enrolled High School, Community, State, University Colleges as undergraduate and graduate students who are pursuing careers in Entrepreneurship.
How Do Students Qualify?
To qualify for a scholarship, an applicant must be current on the student roster in a Bay Area community, state or university college. The Student must have earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 during their school tenure and demonstrate commitment to continued academic achievement. All candidates must also document the reasons you are applying for financial assistance.
The school listed in your application must be the school you are currently attending or planning to attend at the time you seek payment of your award. MSL and NCBW/OBAC reserves the right to rescind an award if the school or any information provided for payment differs from infomation provided in the application.
Awardee must agree to periodically provide education and career updates to NCBW/OBAC as requested.
Students should submit completed application and download all required documentation with the application.
Students must addesss the following topics in the application:
How Are Students Selected?Students are selected for scholarships by MSL and NCBW/OBAC based on their academic achievements, community involvement, extracurricular engagement, leadership experience, financial need and the ability to follow the explicit instrution in this application.
For further information regarding our scholarship process, email Scholarship Chair at:firstname.lastname@example.org
All information provided on this application and subsequent documents is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I agree that, if asked to do so, I shall provide proof of the information that I have given on this application. I realize that if I do not provide requested documentation, I will not be considered for a scholaship award.
All applicants must complete the following Essay questions. Place your name at the top of each page submitted
FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF NEED(Required)1. Include a recent copy of you FAFSA Statement.2. Clearly itemize your sources for financial aid with the projected amounts along with the projected financial costs for college. 3. List an other scholarships or financial support that you will receive. (Include the dollar amount for each source).
TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL APPLICANTS
Pledge: The undersigned hereby acknowledges their obligations and responsibilities. If selected, you must provide the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc., Oakland/Bay Area Chapter an Official/Certified proof of enrollment prior to receiving scholarship funds.
Please complete the application and attach the following five items listed below. You will not be able to submit your application without all the required documentation.
1. Your completed Application.
2. Five completed Essays based on the guidelines provided.3. An official copy of your high school or college(s) transcript with the original registrar’s stamp, showing credit hours for each course, grade, and date of completion. 4. Two original signed letters of recommendation from teachers, counselors, community, civic or religious leaders. Letters should be on their respecive letterhead.
5. Copy of recent FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and sources for financial aid.
Your Application and attachments must be received in it's entirety by NCBW at NCBWOBACScholarship@gmail.com
on or before May 14, 2022 to be considered. Incomplete Applications will not be considered. No Exceptions.Recipients will be notified on or before June 14, 2022.