Albright, Carter, Campbell Ohana Scholarship for Academic Excellence

Funded by
George Albright
$12,200
1st winner$4,068
2nd winner$4,066
3rd winner$4,066
Awarded
Winners
3
Finalists
7
Application Deadline
Jun 1, 2023
Winners Announced
Jul 1, 2023
Education Level
Graduate, Undergraduate
2
Contributions
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Eligibility Requirements
Education Level:
Undergraduate or graduate student
Race:
BIPOC
Financial Status:
Low-income
Field of Study:
Related to education or law
Education Level:
Race:
Financial Status:
Field of Study:
Undergraduate or graduate student
BIPOC
Low-income
Related to education or law

In order to create a more level playing field, it’s crucial that underprivileged students with limited family support are able to access the financial aid they need. 

Economic resources can be a key factor in a student’s ability to achieve their goals. Limited financial support can make college an impossible expense or can lead to students working long hours to afford to stay in school, often making it difficult to excel in the classroom.

This scholarship aims to support minority students who need financial assistance to pursue their dreams of higher education. 

Any low-income BIPOC student pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree related to education or the legal field may apply for this scholarship.

To apply, tell us about your experience with education or the legal system, how you’re working to address an important social issue, and how you’ve overcome hardship in your life.

Selection Criteria:
Ambition, Need, Boldest Bold.org Profile
Published January 12, 2023
$12,200
1st winner$4,068
2nd winner$4,066
3rd winner$4,066
Awarded
Winners
3
Finalists
7
Application Deadline
Jun 1, 2023
Winners Announced
Jul 1, 2023
Education Level
Graduate, Undergraduate
2
Contributions
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Essay Topic

How has your experience with education or the legal system influenced your beliefs, relationships, and career aspirations? How are you working to address an important social issue? How have you overcome hardship in your life to arrive at your current state?

400–600 words