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The 2019 Social Good Scholarship Closed

The 2019 Social Good Scholarship Closed

By admin in Scholarship Fund on February 13, 2019

The 2019 Social Good Scholarship Fund Application Is Closed

Thank you everyone who participated in the 2019 Social Good Scholarship Fund Essay Contest, who hosted or attended a presentation at your organization or who shared this opportunity with their friends, neighbors, classmates, students and colleagues.

Thank you especially to all of the students who applied to the Social Good Scholarship and who continue to pursue interest in building stronger communities through service that benefits society. Thank you for believing that together we can transform communities and bring people from a place of stale ambition to their greatest potential. You play a critical role in our work to have a significant impact in areas education, economic development, climate change research, health and wellness, and proving resources for under-served communities.

2019 Social Good Scholarship Fund Is Now Open

2019 Social Good Scholarship Fund Is Now Open

By admin in Scholarship Fund on November 5, 2018

The D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of the Foundation’s 2019 Scholarship Program in service to students who participate in social good initiatives and programs and can envision becoming a part of a more socially responsible corporate climate. This is an interactive process and we are excited to showcase one of our very own supporters, Dr. Alison Thompson, as part of our presentation.

Social Good Scholarship Application Submissions

Social Good Scholarship Application Submissions

By admin on November 5, 2018

The D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of the Foundation’s 2019 Scholarship Program in service to students who participate in social good initiatives and programs and can envision becoming a part of a more socially responsible corporate climate. This is an interactive process and we are excited to showcase one of our very own supporters, Dr. Alison Thompson, as part of our presentation.

Updates From Last Year

This year, we have increased the award amounts. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, The grand prize is a $1000 scholarship. Two $500 scholarships will also be awarded to honorable mention entries.

About the Social Good Scholarship Fund

Traditionally, the term social good is used to described an act or service that benefits society. Acts or services tend to impact and benefit the largest number of people in a region in the largest way possible. Some examples include initiatives and projects focused on clean air, clean water, and literacy.

The Lampkin Foundation believes if you want to make a difference, you must work to improve the world around you through volunteer work and supporting causes that matter to you.

Eligibility

The scholarship is only open to students currently enrolled at a U.S. accredited public or private high school (no full-time home-schooling students are eligible). Students must be in their junior or senior year to be eligible to receive an award. If a junior is selected as a scholarship winner, their award will be presented upon enrollment in their freshman semester/quarter of college. A minimum of 3.25 cumulative GPA or equivalent at the institution from which he/she is applying is required.

The 2018 Social Good Scholarship Fund Application Is Closed

The 2018 Social Good Scholarship Fund Application Is Closed

By admin in Scholarship Fund on February 16, 2018

The 2018 Social Good Scholarship Fund Application Is Closed

Thank you everyone who participated in the 2018 Social Good Scholarship Fund Essay Contest, who hosted or attended a presentation at your organization or who shared this opportunity with their friends, neighbors, classmates, students and colleagues.

Thank you especially to all of the students who applied to the Social Good Scholarship and who continue to pursue interest in building stronger communities through service that benefits society. Thank you for believing that together we can transform communities and bring people from a place of stale ambition to their greatest potential. You play a critical role in our work to have a significant impact in areas education, economic development, climate change research, health and wellness, and proving resources for under-served communities.