Our Chapter offers 2 Scholarships!
Application deadline is March 31, 2016, no exceptions.
Scholarship Recipients Selected!
DeKalb 2016 Scholarships awarded.
Jerome B. Neal III is a 2016 graduate from Union Grove High School in McDonough, GA. He enters his Freshmen year pursuing a degree in Forensic Science. Jerome is the recipient of the High School Senior Scholarship this year.
Talis M. Flanders is a 2016 graduate from Tri-Cities High School in East Point, GA. She enters her Freshmen year pursuing a degree in Music. Talis is the recipient of the Ruby Dean Hall Crews Scholarship this year.
Imani Womack is a graduate of North Atlanta High School.
Meagan Wilder is a graduate of Elite Scholars Academy.
Daniel Herron is a graduate of Lakeside High School.
Jordan Davis is a graduate of Stephenson High School.
Dontra Martin is a transfer student from Tucker, Georgia majoring in Criminal Justice. He is currently maintaining a 3.0 GPA.
DeKalb 2015 Scholarships awarded.
Jerrica C. Joseph is a 2015 graduate from Jonesboro High School in Jonesboro GA. She enters her Freshmen year pursuing a degree in Biology. Jerrica is the recipient of both the High School Senior Scholarship and the Ruby Dean Hall Crews Scholarship this year.
Nigel Whitted, Freshman Scholarship recipient from Conyers, GA graduated from Rockdale County High School. Nigel attended our ACT Workshop hosted by the Chapter in June 2015.
Dontra Martin is a transfer student from Tucker, Georgia majoring in Criminal Justice. He is currently maintaining a 2.9 GPA.
A'yanna Kelley 2014 Winner
A ’yanna Kelley is a 2014 graduate from Arabia Mountain High School in Lithonia, GA. Her career objective is to become a psychiatric therapist incorporating her love for music in her profession. A’yanna maintained her grade point average while participating in an array of extracurricular and community service activities. This young lady has some very astute ideas concerning solutions for preparing the next generation for college and preparing to compete in a global market. We are proud to lend a hand in her desire for higher education as she enters into her freshmen year at Albany State University.
Michael A. Roper 2013 Winner
Michael Alexander Roper was born and raised in Stone Mountain, GA. He is a 2011 graduate of Druid Hills High School. He began playing drum set at his Uncle’s church when he was five years old. He played the clarinet in sixth grade, but maintained a passion for percussion instruments. He progressed so well as a percussionist, he was named drum major his senior year in high school. His passion for music led him to Albany State University where he is a junior Music Education major with an overall 3.2 GPA. His honors at ASU include being voted “Mr. Band”. He serves as one of the marching band’s music arrangers. Michael is a member of Kappa Kappa Psi Honorary Band Fraternity Inc. Congratulations, Michael!
Carlen Franklin 2012 Winner
Carlen Danielle Franklin is our 2012 ASU DeKalb Alumni Chapter scholarship winner. Carlen has lived in Georgia since she was very young and is a sophomore Criminal Justice major at ASU. She is a graduate of DeKalb School of the Arts where she was an excellent student and an active volunteer. Carlen has continued her volunteer spirit at ASU as she volunteers at a daycare and works as a member of the ASU Student Government Association internal committee. Carlen is balancing her activities with her studies and currently sports a 3.0 GPA.
Shaqeira Wilson 2012 Ruby Crews Winner
Shaqeira Wilson is currently a sophomore at Albany State University. She is a Spanish major seeking to pursue her education to become a middle grades Spanish teacher and interpreter. She has always been an active member in the University and the community. Shaqeira is a part of Student Activities and Advisory Board, the Spanish Club, and Sigma Alpha Pi National Honor Society. She maintains a 3.2 GPA while being involved at ASU. Shaqeira is a volunteer at heart and participates in as many community service projects as possible. In addition, she received an award for participation in Albany State University’s International Education Week.
Candice Price 2011 Winner
Candice Nicole Price is a Junior Social Work major at ASU with a 3.5 GPA. She is president of the National Society of Leadership and Success organization and also a member of the Golden Key Honor Society, Student Social Work Association and the ASU Gospel Choir. Candice is a volunteer at heart and works with Feed the Hungry, Mission Change, A Day of Caring, and Girl’s Inc. of Albany. When she returns home Candice volunteers at Towers High School and talk to classes about “Finding Your Future” and she helps out with the marching band. Currently Candice is waiting to be inducted into Phi Alpha Honor Society for Social Work and this summer she plans to Study abroad in Trinidad and Tobago; after which she will be an official Global Ambassador.