Hattie Mae Sims

Memorial Scholarship

$1000 Scholarship

Open to African American student in South Carolina

Georgia Mae Bookert

Memorial Scholarship

New Scholarship!

More Information coming soon

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Hattie Mae Sims

Memorial Scholarship

$1000 Award

In honor of Hattie Mae Sims, we offer this scholarship to support the financial needs of African American students pursuing their post-secondary education dreams and opportunities. Hattie Mae instilled a sense of community and giving in her family. She consistently reminded them "you suppose to help people". We hope to help as many students as we can with this one time award in her honor.

2020-2021 Details Coming Soon

 

Eligibility

Minimum GPA: 3.0

South Carolina High School Senior

Ethnicity: African-American

Student is not related to a member of directors

Award

One-time award of $1,000

Application Package

Completed application form online

Emailed copy of your college acceptance letter

Emailed copy of your High School Transcript

Please email the requested documents to info@unlockingthegoldendoor.org

Georgia Mae Bookert

Memorial Scholarship

New Award

In honor of Georgia Mae Bookert, we offer this scholarship to support the financial needs of South Carolina students pursuing their post-secondary education dreams and opportunities in South Carolina or at a Historically Black College or University.

More Information Coming Soon

 

Nya W.

University of South Carolina Aiken

2020 Hattie Mae Sims Memorial Scholarship Recipient 

I am inspired to operate a business catering to the needs of children and inspiring the new generations. I want to provide an environment that encourages positive mindsets, promotes caring, and renders stellar services that benefit the well-being and positive development of children.

Nastajia H.

Winthrop University

2020 Georgia Mae Bookert Memorial Scholarship Recipient

I hope to conduct research on the idea of resilience specifically among children from minority or low socio-economic groups to better understand how although many succumb to the adversity in their environment, others overcome, persevere, and find success.

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