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Burger King James W. McLamore Foundation Scholarship

$50,000

December 15, 2019

Awards Available: 3

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The McLamore Family Foundation created the James W. McLamore WHOPPER Scholarship awards students who have graduated from high school within the last three years or full-time students who are seniors at a high school or home school. A minimum 3.3 GPA is required, along with a minimum 25 ACT score or 1220 SAT score. Students must have demonstrated an active leadership role in community service, athletics, and/or similar co-curricular activity and substantial work experience. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • burgerkingscholars@scholarshipamerica.org
  • 507-931-8340

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mc  on 9/20/2019 4:01:50 PM

noooooo this is my prat to shine

Christine G  on 8/21/2019 5:41:06 AM

Im a senior highschool student, how do i know my SAT scores? and im not a college yet so my average is not like those in colleges... i want to applyy howww

Zane Amleh  on 1/14/2019 2:32:43 AM

Hey, what's poppin I got a 1480 on my SAT and want to get this , cheers for the money m8

Johans M  on 12/11/2018 11:03:28 AM

This scholarship would allow me to purse my career in education. Teaching is one of those things that nearly everybody thinks he or she can do better than the experts. Everybody has taught something to somebody at one time or another, after all. We begin our amateur teaching careers as children by imposing our superior knowledge on our younger siblings or playmates. As students, we pass judgement among our peers on this or that teacher's capabilities. As adults, those of us who do not teach professionally stand ever ready to criticize those who do. To where I want to make a difference.

Anna Licia M  on 12/9/2018 1:52:20 PM

This scholarship will help me to pursue my dream in the medical field. My desire is to become a Pediatrician. Since this will be challenging for my parents, I will start with Pre-Med/Nursing. I usually work at a Day Care during the vacation. I want to serve this country with excellence. Presently, my GPA is 3.93, and I will be writing the SAT very soon.

carmen g  on 10/22/2018 9:56:40 PM

This scholarship would allow me to pursue my career in the medical field. I goal to become a doctor started from seeing my grandparents suffer from poor doctors. Growing up I have always wanted to be able to help others, and in high school I found that love from volunteering at the hospital. At the hospital I see so many people that one day I could possibly help and it drives me. My family could never afford for me to go to school so I knew that I had to fight for everything I do. This scholarship could give me an opportunity to make my family proud. Most of my cousins didn’t go to college. Without money for school I won’t be able to go after my dream. Being a doctor would mean the world to me. We used to leave it Memphis until recently last year. This scholarship would allow my parents to be debt free and stress free. My brother now can not afford to go to back to college to pursue his career in dentistry. This scholarship would allow me continue my dream in being a pediatric cardiologist.

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