Scholarship Information

 

TTPF Scholarship Chairmen

Marcia Hall and Shavanda Toomer

 

2016 Scholarship Recipients

2016 Robbie Clark Academic Scholarship $4,000 Award Recipients

Morenike Ibidapo
Westlake High School attending Vanderbilt University

Sterling Jones
Our Lady of Mercy Catholic High School attending Savannah College of Art and Design

Merrick Sims, III
Hapeville Charter High School attending Howard University

Destiny Taylor
Langston Hughes High School attending Jackson State University

Daisha White
Westlake High School attending Georgia Institute of Technology

2016 Robbie Clark Academic Scholarship $500 Award Recipients

Kenneth Allen
Tri-Cities High School attending Jackson State University

Jaya Bonner
Westlake High School attending University of West Georgia

Charyse Callahan
Westlake High School attending University of West Georgia

Jade Dockery
Langston Hughes High School attending Valdosta State University

Alyssa Edgar
Riverwood International High School attending Georgia State University

Talis Flanders
Tri-Cities High School attending Albany State University

Sabrina Morris
Benjamin Banneker High School attending Middle Tennessee State University

London Wagner
Tri-Cities High School attending Jackson State University

2016 Pauline Wright Culinary Arts Scholarship $3000 Award Recipient

Dorian Brock
Attending Atlanta Metropolitan College

Scholarship Programs

The Twenty Pearls Foundation, Incorporated in conjunction with Tau Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is pleased to announce the Robbie Clark Academic Scholarship and the Pauline Wright Scholarship for the Culinary Arts. Multiple fundraisers are held throughout the year to generate funds to provide scholarships to worthy students. Recipients of these scholarships are honored annually at the Twenty Pearls Foundation’s Pearls of Excellence Scholarship Luncheon.

Robbie Clark Scholarship

The Robbie Clark Academic Scholarship award is based on evidence of a high school student's high academic achievement, good moral character, participation in extra-curricular activities, the promise of successful matriculation in college, and future contributions to society. Scholarship criteria is provided on the official application. Scholarship funds may be used for tuition, materials, fees, housing, or books.

The scholarship is named in honor of Robbie Clark, a charter member of Tau Epsilon Omega Chapter.

Pauline Wright Scholarship

The Pauline Wright Scholarship for the Culinary Arts award is based on evidence of a student's high academic achievement, good moral character, and future contributions to society. The one time scholarship will be awarded to a graduating high school senior or a student currently enrolled in a culinary arts degree program and residing in Metropolitan Atlanta. Scholarship funds may be used for tuition, materials, fees, housing, or books.

The scholarship is named in honor of Pauline Wright, a charter member of Tau Epsilon Omega Chapter.

The 2016 scholarship application process closed on April 20, 2016. Please direct all questions to scholarship@the20pearlsfoundation.org.