DESCRIPTION OF THE THE BOULE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 2022
In collaboration with the United Negro College Fund, the Boule Foundation will award scholarships to African-American first-year students enrolling in 4 years accredited, non-profit degree-granting colleges in the Fall of 2022.
Be a United States citizen or permanent resident (from one of the areas), a London, England resident, or a Bahamas citizen
REQUIREMENTS FOR ELIGIBILITY
• You must be a student in your first year of college.
• Attending a university, a 4-year college, or a two-year college is required.
• Minimum GPA of 3.0
• You must be a current high school student.
• Full-time studies are required.
HOW TO APPLY
- Submit 1 (one) reference letter (no exceptions) from a high school official or teacher
- Include extracurricular, academic/civic honors and awards, community work, and work experience in your resume.
Applicants must also respond to both of the essay questions below:
- Describe a memorable experience, a person who influenced you, or a challenge you overcame, and explain why it was significant to you.
- Write a one-page statement outlining your career goals.
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Please note that you should type the essays into word docs for accuracy and to correct any grammatical errors before copying and pasting them into the required templates.
Please be aware that only Finished packets (student applications AND Recommendation letters) will be advanced to the review stage.
Students, even if you have completed your fraction of the online application, you must still send your reference according to the instructions to the right.
If the code does not approach your reference in a timely fashion, you must resolve the problem with a UNCF staff member before the program’s end date.