The Educational and Charitable Foundation, which is working in partnership with the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Lambda Kappa Omega Chapter, is promoting their $15,000 LaToya Smith Memorial Medical Scholarship to African American females enrolled in HBCU medical schools.
The Educational and Charitable Foundation ("ECF") is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, which supports community services, educational programs, and philanthropic priorities. This $15,000 the non-renewable scholarship is competitively awarded to African-American female students (U.S. citizens only) pursuing doctoral degrees in medical disciplines from an accredited Historically Black College or University (HBCU) medical school in the United States.
* Applicant must be an African-American female (U.S. citizens only)
* Applicant must be a student in an accredited HBCU medical school making satisfactory academic progress toward a medical doctoral degree.
* The scholarship winner must provide a one to two-minute video acceptance speech.
* Application Deadline: All materials must be received via email on or before April 30, 2021.
How to Apply
The Scholarship Committee will only review completed applications that contain the following documentation:
* Typed scholarship application form submitted electronically via email only to email@example.com
* A copy of your curriculum vitae.
* Essay responses to each of the following topics are outlined on page three of the application. The application can be found at the scholarship's web site by clicking the link/button below.
* An official/current HBCU medical school transcript.
* One (1) letter of recommendation from an HBCU medical school professor and one (1) personal recommendation.
Send all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org with "HBCU Medical School Scholarship" in the subject line. Scholarship funds are sent directly to the HBCU medical college and can be applied to offset tuition, fees, books and other academic necessities.
Applications are available at the scholarship's web site.