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The Former Students and Friends of Robert Moton High School

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The Former Students and Friends of Robert Moton High School

Established 1972

 

 

 

The Former Students and Friends of Robert Moton High School was established in 1972 by alumni from Robert Moton High School. The organization provides monetary aid to Carroll County African-American students in the Carroll County School System to help them meet their educational goals.  In order to do so, they sponsor various social activities that reinforce the Moton heritage for Robert Moton Alumni.  All proceeds from these activities are placed in the scholarship fund.  To date, The Former Students and Friends of Robert Moton High School has given away more than $95,000 to deserving Carroll County students.  Please see the information and application form below for information about he application process.

 

 


 

 

 

THE FORMER STUDENTS OF ROBERT MOTON, INC.

 

 

 

 

36 Charles St.

Westminster, MD 21157

 

 

                                                                                William Dixon, President                                                   Leah Hill Wright, Secretary

                                                                                Richard N. Dixon, President Emeritus                            Theresa H. Franklin, Corresponding, Secretary

                                                                               J. Sidney Sheppard, Vice President                                 William Fossett, Treasurer

                                                                                                                                                                                Gary Hudson, Assistant Treasurer

 

 

 

 

The Former Students and Friends of Robert Moton high School, Inc., will award two (2) scholarships to two (2) black students graduating from Carroll County High Schools.  These scholarships are:

 

 

            A.  The George M. Crawford Scholarship for $3000.00

B. The Former Students and Friends of Robert Moton High School Scholarship  for $2000.00

 

 

The two (2) students who meet the scholarship committee’s criteria will be selected from a pool of applicants from the seven (7) county high schools.

 

 

Interested students must provide their (a) high school grade point average, (b) high school transcript, (c) a letter of recommendation from their instructor, counselor, or administrator, (d) a signed letter discussing their career interests and why they should be considered for the scholarship, and (e) a latter of acceptance from the college or university the student will be attending.  The student must include their home address, phone number, and social security number with their applications.  Our committee may interview the two (2) top students.

 

 

The committee will send the Scholarship directly to the recipient’s college of choice, to be applied toward their tuition.  The student must attend school at the beginning of the 2010 school year or the scholarship money will be withdrawn.  Interested students should forward all requested information to their guidance counselor no later than March 10, 2010.

 

 

Students, please forward the information to the Guidance Counselors.

 

 

Guidance Counselors, please forward completed applications to:

 

 

Sally Dotson Greene

1812 Bloom Road

Westminster, MD 21157

 

 


 

 

 

The Former Students of Robert Moton School Scholarship Information Sheet

 

Student Information

 

 

Name: __________________________________________________________________

 

 

Address: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

Phone: _________________________________________________________________

 

 

GPA: ___________________Social Security Number: _____________________

 

 

 

A student needs to include the following information:

 

 

1.  A signed letter discussing their career interests and why they should be considered for the scholarship

2. Submit a high school GPA and transcript of grades

3. At least one letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, or administrator

4. A letter of acceptance from the college or university you plan to attend should be included.

5. Submit the complete packet of information to the Guidance Counselor by March 30, 2010.

6. An interview may be conducted once the committee receives the application.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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