The mission of the W. Bernard White Education Foundation is to assist in the development of future African-Americans pursuing education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in Southeastern Michigan by providing financial assistance for scholarships and text books, in an effort to ensure that these students have the opportunity to excel in their studies and graduate.
The Foundation endeavors to award scholarships and financial assistance each year to African-American high school seniors from Southeastern Michigan who qualify for financial aid. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average and be accepted to a four year college curriculum as an engineering or technology student.
The W. Bernard White Education Foundation was proud, to once again present $500 each, to 20 African American students at Lawrence Technological University on Dec. 11, 2018 at LTU.
Recipients of the 2018 Scholarship Fund (Alphabetically) - Matthew Acquah, Arthur Asberry, Terrence Beard, Kayla Bowens, Dwaine Evans, Steven Harris, Malik Jordan, Shamira Joyner, Miah McConnell, Cedra Moore, Amari Myers, Jaylen Parker, Kierra Posey, Joshua Rhodes, Victoria Smith, T'Ara Stamps, Alexis Swint, Diamonique Thomas, Jordane Watson, and Tanisha Wright.
Have a great vision for the future of Detroit.
Have shown Academic excellence.
Demonstrate commitment and potential to pursuing an engineering degree.
Prove Financial need.
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All proceeds and/or donations from the sale of the book will go to the W. Bernard White Education Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization.