Worrill’s World Dr. Conrad Worrill Scholarship
Scholarship Overview & Description:
The Worrill’s World Scholarship will award three $500 scholarships to Chicago Public Schools graduating seniors. Dr. Conrad Worrill was a 1959 graduate of Hyde Park High School. As a longtime supporter of Chicago Public Schools, Dr. Worrill wanted students in Chicago to thrive as they embarked upon their post-secondary pursuits. In his honor, Dr. Worrill’s family along with the support of Rev. Al Sampson are proud to present this scholarship to three deserving Chicago Public School students.
Application: Worrill’s World Dr. Conrad Worrill Scholarship 2020
- African-American male or female student
- 2020 graduate of any Chicago Public School
- Majoring in social sciences or education; preference given to students majoring in African-American Studies or Studies of the African Diaspora.
(Applicants must submit all of the following documentation via tinyurl.com/WorrillScholarship2020 to be considered for the scholarship).
Acceptance letter from a college/University
- One written recommendation from a school administrator, teacher, or counselor.
- An essay not to exceed 500 words: Topic – How will you use your major to improve the social conditions of African-American people?
- An official or unofficial transcript
The awards recipients will be required to submit proof of college registration and a letter of appreciation to acknowledge their receipt of the scholarship award. The letter will be required before scholarship funds are released.
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