CareerVillage.org Scholarship

Funded by
CareerVillage
Learn more about the Donor
$1,000
1st winner$500
2nd winner$500
Awarded
Winners
2
Finalists
63
Application Deadline
Jan 2, 2022
Winners Announced
Jan 31, 2022
Education Level
Undergraduate
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Eligibility Requirements
Institution:
You must be attending an HBCU or an HSI.
Educational Level:
Current Undergraduate
Institution:
Educational Level:
You must be attending an HBCU or an HSI.
Current Undergraduate

CareerVillage.org is an online platform designed to ensure that all students have access to high-quality career guidance and a professional support network. On the site, students can ask any question about any career and receive personalized advice from both local professionals and industry leaders around the world.

By crowdsourcing career advice to youth on an open-access platform, CareerVillage has built a massive reference source for over 5.5 million learners and 90K professionals with a wealth of experiences to share.

This scholarship gets to the heart of our mission by encouraging career exploration and discovery while ensuring the support of current and prospective students attending a Historically Black College or University (HBCU) or Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI).

We would like to give $500 each to 2 undergraduate students that attend an HBCU or HSI and want to share their career journeys.

To participate in our scholarship, you must either be attending an HBCU or HSI. To apply, please submit a 500-word essay or a 3-4 minute video that discusses your personal career exploration journey and how online resources (e.g., career-focused sites) have impacted and aided it.

Selection Criteria:
Essay/Video, Ambition, Impact, Vision
Published September 8, 2021
$1,000
1st winner$500
2nd winner$500
Awarded
Winners
2
Finalists
63
Application Deadline
Jan 2, 2022
Winners Announced
Jan 31, 2022
Education Level
Undergraduate
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Essay Topic

Please submit a 500-word essay or video that discusses your personal career exploration journey and how online resources (e.g., career-focused sites) have impacted and aided it.

400–600 words

Winners and Finalists

January 2022

Finalists
Valerie Valle
San Jose State University
Morgan Hill, CA
Serenity Logan
College of Southern Nevada
Las Vegas, NV
Isaiah Chambers
Johnson C Smith University
Charlotte, NC
stacy alberty
Miami Dade College
Miami, FL
Camille Grullon
Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Wyckoff, NJ
Kayla Mackey
Morgan State University
Stratford, CT
Karla Ortega-Ríos
University of California-Merced
Los Angeles, CA
Haven Moore
Morgan State University
Richmond, VA
Shanita Joseph
Palm Beach State College
Lake Worth, FL
Cierra Bland
Morgan State University
Teaneck, NJ
Arthur Ezeobinwa
Valencia College
Orlando, FL
Alan Rodriguez
Dominican University
Chicago, IL
Alesia Dodson
Fayetteville State University
Fayetteville, NC
Rashida Ashley
CUNY Queens College
Queens, NY
Naudiea Newman
Savannah State University
Decatur, GA
Danielle Lowe-Better
Bowie State University
Clinton, MD
Christopher Heavin
Houston Community College
New Caney, TX
eric rodriguez
San Jose City College
Redwood City, CA
Thithi Tun
Pacific Union College
Vallejo, CA
Unity Benson
College of Southern Nevada
Las Vegas, NV
Camille Cancia
Florida Atlantic University
Greenacres, FL
Daniel Hernandez
Rio Hondo College
Whittier, CA
alicia fuller
Pima Community College
Tucson, AZ
GAITRIE JOHN
Broward College
Miramar, FL
Veronica Amores
Miami Dade College
Miami, FL
Akasha Morris
Tuskegee University
Memphis, TN
Moises Bodan
University of Maryland-University College
North Miami Beach, FL
Talya N
San Jacinto Community College
Houston, TX
Rui Yu
University of California-Davis
Stockton, CA
Bolakale Alli
University of Illinois at Chicago
Chicago, IL
Dani Gledhill
Canada College
Warner, NH
Danielle Gordon
Florida International University
Miramar, FL
Trinity Seegars
Spelman College
Gainesville, GA
Hannah Coleman
Howard University
Spring, TX
Marshell Kennedy
Howard University
Goodlettsville, TN
Mya LeVaughn
The University of Texas at Austin
Cedar Park, TX
McKayla Smith
Texas State University
San Marcos, TX
Nevaeh Atchison
California Baptist University
Menifee, CA
Krystal Scott
Hampton University
Pasadena, CA
Philip Celinski
College of Lake County
Gurnee, IL
Nicolle Fuzane
Oakwood University
Banning, CA
Immanuel Morrison
Miami Dade College
Miami, FL
Citlaly Ortega
Los Angeles Mission College
Los Angeles, CA
Bryan ike
Texas Tech University
Fort Worth, TX
To'nyia Richardson
Howard University
Louisville, KY
Nicolas Lopez
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ
Micha Green
Savannah State University
Atlanta, GA
Myles Johnson
Prairie View A & M University
Richmond, TX
San Juana Figueroa
University of North Texas at Dallas
Garland, TX
Lilibet Ponce pleitez
Salem State University
Salem, MA