Now accepting applications for admission into Delta Eta Boulé Foundation’s Academic Program! Download the application here.
Deadline: January 15th, 2017
Please submit scanned and/or typed applications via email to info@DeltaEtaBoule.org.
Delta Eta Boulé Foundation is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications for admission into the Delta Eta Boulé Academic Program (DEB-AP). The Foundation will award scholarships of $10,000 to academically accomplished, community service oriented African American males graduating from high school during the 2016-2017 school year. Delta Eta Boulé Foundation not only seeks to alleviate financial pressures that often compromise students’ ability to perform well while in school, but also to lessen the divide in academic achievement between African American males and their counterparts of other races. Successful candidates for the Delta Eta Boulé scholarship typically exhibit intellectual curiosity, professional ambition, and determination to succeed. Students admitted into the scholarship program will be paired with a Boulé mentor who will monitor their academic progress and extracurricular involvement throughout college. They will also have access to internship opportunities to gain employment experience and build professional networks. Watch the videos below to see how the program has impacted students from the Denver Metro Area.
Scholarships - Dr Reginald Washington
Mentorships - Greg Moore
Internships - Steve White
Delta Eta Boulé Scholars are students who demonstrate their desire and ability to overcome barriers and to achieve their goals. To be eligible to apply for the Delta Eta Boulé Scholarship Program, applicants must meet the below listed criteria:
- U.S. citizenship or permanent residency
- African American Male
- Residing in the Denver metropolitan area
- Graduating from an accredited high school this academic year
- Earning a minimum of a 3.0 GPA unweighted
- Enrolled at an accredited higher education institution i.e. college, trade or vocation school in the fall directly after graduating high school
- Demonstrated need for financial assistance
- Determination to succeed — Future goals and plans to achieve them.
- Ability to communicate — Hardships they have overcome or currently face.
- Self-motivation — In completing challenging coursework.
- Demonstrated — Need for financial assistance