The National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA) is pleased to announce its 2021 Scholarship Program. The NFBPA Scholarship Program is designed to recognize African American or other minority students who are currently enrolled full-time at an accredited, traditional four-year college or university, preferably an HBCU, who exemplify outstanding scholarship, and leadership, particularly as related to public service.
We invite undergraduate and graduate students to participate in this year’s program as we look forward to making this year’s scholarship awards. NFBPA provides several scholarships to college students each year through partnerships with corporate supporters, public sector organizations and individual contributors. Scholarships are offered in furtherance of NFBPA’s goal of lending support to African American and other minority students interested in leadership roles in public service.
CURRENT SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
Harry L. Jones, Sr. Scholarship - $5,000 (Grad Students only)
Ulysses G. Ford, III Scholarship - $5,000 (Grad Students only)
CIGNA Undergraduate Scholarship - $10,000 (Undergrad Students only)
InternX STEM Scholarship - $5,000 (Undergrad Student only)
Walter Vaughn Excellence in Human Resources Scholarship - $2,500
Jacobs Harambee Willie T. Loud Scholarship - $7,500
Jack Boatman Construction Management Scholarship - $2,000
Bob Affholder Construction Management - $5,000
Baker Tilly Scholarship - $2,000
Infrastructure Scholarship - $2,000
- Current full-time undergraduate (min. 12 current credits) and full-time graduate (min 9 current credits - thesis/non-thesis master’s;doctoral research credits can be counted) students.
- Currently enrolled in a traditional four-year, accredited university or college - HBCU students encouraged to apply
- Minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA (The CIGNA undergrad scholarship requires minimum cumulative 3.5 GPA)
To view more eligibility, requirements, and application instructions, go to the scholarship's web site.
Dollar Amount: $10,000
Deadline(s): May 31, 2021
Scholarship/Grant Sponsor: National Forum for Black Public Administrators