Scholarship Information

 

TTPF Scholarship Chairmen

Marcia Hall and Shavanda Toomer

 

2017 Scholarship Recipients

2017 Robbie Clark Academic Scholarship $4,000 Award Recipients

Devin Dukes
Langston Hughes High School attending Georgia Institute of Technology

Zharia Richards
Westlake High School attending Hampton University

Rodney Raiford, II
Langston Hughes High School attending University of Georgia

Rani Shagabari
West Lake High School attending Harvard University

Rebekah Wynn
Langston Hughes High School attending Tennessee State University

2017 Robbie Clark Academic Scholarship $500 Award Recipients

TaDarol Bates, II
Westlake High School attending Clark Atlanta University

Christopher Douglas
Westlake High School attending Kennesaw State University

Jared Jackson
Benjamin Banneker High School attending Georgia Institute of Technology

Kamryn Johnson
North Atlanta High School attending Howard University

Jonathan Johnson
Westlake High School attending Stanford University

ZaMaria Jones
Benjamin Banneker High School attending Fort Valley State University

Tyquavious Kelley
Tri-Cities High School attending University of Georgia

2017 Pauline Wright Culinary Arts Scholarship $2,000 Award Recipients

Catedra Putmon
Atlanta Technical College

Robin Edwards
Atlanta Technical College

Scholarship Programs

The Twenty Pearls Foundation, Incorporated in conjunction with Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Tau Epsilon Omega Chapter is pleased to announce the Robbie Clark Academic Scholarship and the Pauline Wright Scholarship for the Culinary Arts. Funds to provide these scholarships to worthy students are generated from the proceeds of multiple fundraisers held throughout the year.

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. Five (5) $4,000 scholarships and six (6) $500 achievement awards will be awarded to students attending a South Fulton County high school OR that reside in College Park, Georgia or East Point, Georgia. Students must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 80 on a 100 point scale and must also plan to attend an accredited four year institution. Scholarship funds may be used for tuition, materials, fees, housing, or books. The application period for the 2017 Robbie Clark Academic Scholarship has closed.

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

Pauline Wright Scholarship

The $4,000 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. Two (2) $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to 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 application period for the 2017 Pauline Wright Scholarship for the Culinary Arts has closed.

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

Please direct all questions to scholarship@the20pearlsfoundation.org