Mae & Mary Scholarship Fund

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April 30, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Mae & Mary Scholarship Fund's mission is to financially assist and to empower young people to experience their unlimited potential through education. They are a charitable educational organization dedicated to the advancement of African Americans pursuing careers in medical and healthcare related fields. Applicants must be African American, graduating high school seniors who plan on attending a two-year or four-year university or technical school and pursuing a career in the health care profession. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.


  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • P.O. Box 61684
  • Durham, NC 27715
  • mae.mary.scholarship@gmail.com
  • 919-599-9829

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Jakarie Mullino  on 10/2/2020 11:25:26 AM

I am so excited in applying for this scholarship because I plan to pursue my career in the future in the medical field as a Sports Medicine Doctor. I've had many experiences seeing what it is like being a Sports Medicine Doctor on a daily basis. This has been my dream for the longest now and I am so excited that I will be moving closer to my dreams soon. I would love to go to a HBCU college, my options is very much open to anything dealing with Sports Medicine. If I am awarded this scholarship, I can work towards my career goals in the medical field. I am aiming to make a difference in my community, and this scholarship will absolutely be the difference-maker when it comes to affording the education, I need to do that. I will take advantage of this scholarship in pursuing my career goals. To reach my goals, I need as much help as possible. I already have the moral support of my family and friends, but that is not quite enough to make my dream come true. I hope that awarding me this scholarship can help me reach this dream.

Olivia B.  on 9/5/2020 6:49:12 PM

I am very much interested in applying for this scholarship because I plan on pursuing a career in the health professions. I intend to explore the different health professions that are available to make sure I choose the best fit for me. I intend to go to an HBCU, however, because the one that I want to attend is out of state, I will need financial assistance to be able to. If I am awarded this scholarship, it would help me to fulfill my dream of becoming a healthcare professional one day.

Zakiya Brown  on 6/10/2020 12:29:26 PM

Hi, I'm Zakiya Brown and I have not applied for this scholarship yet because I haven't had the opportunity to explore other scholarships that could really benefit me in the long run. I am a very dedicated and motivated student that works hard for everything that I put my mind to. I can greatly benefit from this scholarship because I grew up with practically nothing without having to work for it for myself. As a first generation in my family to go to college I believe this scholarship could really help me

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