Graduating, high school seniors or military veterans who reside in Chicago or its southern suburbs, and who are accepted into an accredited four-year college or university as entering freshmen are eligible. Students must have a 3.0 or better GPA, an ACT score of at least 20 or SAT score of 1020, a positive behavioral record and evidence of at least district required service hours. The MJBF Scholarship is open to all eligible students regardless of race, ethnicity or sexual orientation.
**DUE TO SCHOOL CLOSURES, THE APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MAY 15, 2020.**
The scholarship is a free, one time $2,500 award provided to the selected student(s). The student(s) may use the scholarship to assist in undergraduate related expenses such as payment of tuition, fees, books, room and board and/or travel to and from school and home. At least one award is promised. The number of scholarships awarded depends on the funds raised during the year. The scholarship is presented to the student(s) at a Scholarship Luncheon in their honor. The Scholarship Luncheon is the culminating activity of the annual MJB Golf Classic Fundraiser, which will be hosted on July 11, 2020. The recipient(s) MUST be present at the Scholarship Luncheon, in order to receive the award.
The Marcus J. Bradshaw Foundation
Congratulations to all Graduates!
Mariam Ajeigbe (Lindblom Math and Science Academy)
Nazaren Brown (Gary Comer College Prep)
Tia Brown (Kenwood Academy)
Jourdan Campbell (Victor J. Andrew High School)
Nathaneal Edwards (Thornwood High School)
Dimarvin Puerto (Lane Tech College Prep)
Bukola Rinola (South Shore International College)
Nikola Stamenkovich-Diez (John F. Kennedy High School)
Serena Echols (Morgan Park High School)
Elizabeth Martin (William Howard Taft High School)
Begimai Muminova (Mather High School)
Justin Powell (Walter Payton College Prep)
NaKaya Short (Thornwood High School)
Cayman Woods (Waubonsie Valley High School)
Asattah Young (Kenwood Academy)
Zainab Yusuff-Akinbo (Thornwood High School)
Larry Atwood (Kenwood Academy)
Ramiro Alvarado (Bloom Trail High School)
Olivia Butts (Kenwood Academy)
Rose Carroll (Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences)
Sydney Garcia (Westinghouse College Prep High School)
Jasmine Jackson (Marian Catholic High School)
Jade Stepney (King College Prep High School)
Daniela Chavez (Juarez Academy)
Jasaun Clark (Brooks College Prep)
Emani Figaro (Marian Catholic HS)
Janelle Herring (Jones College Prep)
Chata Pratt (Jones College Prep)
Emmanuel Williamson (Williams HS)
The Scholarship Committee rigorously reviews the applications submitted, and narrows the candidates to semi-finalists. Semi-finalists, accompanied by a parent or guardian, participate in brief, in-person or Skype interviews with a panel of 5 Scholarship Committee members. As the students who apply all have excellent academic records, the
The Scholarship Committee rigorously reviews the applications submitted, and narrows the candidates to semi-finalists. Semi-finalists, accompanied by a parent or guardian, participate in brief, in-person or Skype interviews with a panel of 5 Scholarship Committee members. As the students who apply all have excellent academic records, the Committee members look for those students who most closely represent the values of service, integrity, commitment and love that exemplified Marcus J. Bradshaw.
The 2020 MJBF Scholarship Applications will be released on
Friday, February 7, 2020,
with a submission deadline of
Friday, May 15, 2020.
EXTENDED due to school closures.
Applications will be reviewed
with semi-finalist interviews
and recipient(s) notified
by July 1, 2020.
The scholarship(s) will be awarded
July 11, 2020.
These dates are subject to change