2019 Scholarship Recipients - Jae Washington and Raven Stevenson
Details for 2020 Scholarships will be released by February 1, 2020.
Purpose: Black Resourceful Innovators Developing Generations of Excellence (BRIDGE) is a non-profit organization created as the centralized group for black professionals to bridge the generational gap of black leaders in our community. The BRIDGE Scholarship Fund is a way for the organization to financially support high school seniors in their endeavors to pursue higher education – an initiative that is mission driven. The amount of scholarship will be dependent upon available funds during the application year. Scholarship funds are non-renewable and will only be applicable for the timeframe approved unless otherwise stated. An interview may be requested by the BRIDGE executive board to make a final decision.
Student must be attending a high school within Tarrant County
Student must be registered to attend an approved college or university at the time of scholarship selection
Student must have at least a 3.0 high school g.p.a.
Student must submit all required documentation by the application deadline to be considered
Student must be in their final year of high school (Senior/12th grade)
Fully completed scholarship application-
150-200 word typed Personal Statement
Official High School transcript(s)
2 letters of recommendation (one academic and one personal)
College acceptance letter
May 1- Application Due
May- Application Review & selection
Letters sent- June 3, 2019
Award Banquet- June 21, 2019