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Scholarships

The Foundation’s resources provide thousands of dollars in merit and needs-based scholarships to graduating high school seniors accepted to an accredited 4-year university, technical college, trade college, community college, or junior college the semester immediately after graduation. Applicants must primarily reside in the South Atlanta area which includes the counties of Fulton, Clayton, Fayette, Coweta, and Henry. In addition to the four Foundation scholarships geared toward graduating high school seniors, the Annette Dotson POV College Scholarship is awarded to college students who currently reside in the South Atlanta area. 

​Since the partnering of Phi Tau Omega Chapter with Pearls of Vision Foundation, Inc., tens of thousands of dollars in scholarships have been given to deserving students.  Also, through the partnership both organizations have accumulated hundreds of thousands of hours in community service programs, helping to unmask the vision of hope in our communities.

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Annette Dotson POV College Scholarship

The Annette Dotson POV College Scholarship is a one-year merit-based scholarship awarded to college students residing on the south side of Metropolitan Atlanta (Fulton, Clayton, Fayette, Coweta, and Henry counties).  

Click here to apply. The application deadline is March 31, 2024.

Tina S. Braboy Vision High School Scholarship

The Tina S. Braboy Vision High School Scholarship is a one-year financial assistance-based scholarship awarded to graduating high school seniors accepted to an accredited technical college, trade college, community college, or junior college the semester immediately after graduation, and who reside on the south side of Metropolitan Atlanta (Fulton, Clayton, Fayette, Coweta, and Henry counties). ​

Click here to apply. The application deadline is March 31, 2024.

​Avonia Elliott Community Service Scholarship

The Avonia Elliott Community Service Scholarship is a one-year merit based or financial assistance-based scholarship awarded to high school seniors accepted to an accredited college or university the semester immediately after graduation.  Avonia Elliott is a charter member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated Phi Tau Omega Chapter. Mrs. Elliott was an educator dedicated to community service for all mankind.  The scholarship is for student residing on the south side of Metropolitan Atlanta (Fulton, Clayton, Fayette, Coweta, and Henry counties). 

Click here to apply. The application deadline is March 31, 2024.

Onethia Hollinshed Humanitarian Scholarship

The Onethia Hollinshed Humanitarian Scholarship is a one-year merit based or financial assistance-based scholarship awarded to high school seniors accepted to an accredited college or university the semester immediately after graduation. Onethia Hollinshed is a charter member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated Phi Tau Omega Chapter.  Ms. Hollinshed was a humanitarian dedicated to serving all mankind. The scholarship is for student residing on the south side of Metropolitan Atlanta (Fulton, Clayton, Fayette, Coweta, and Henry counties).  

Click here to apply. The application deadline is March 31, 2024.

Mary Lynn Watkins Community Pride Scholarship

The Mary Lynn Watkins Community Pride Scholarship is a one-year merit-based or financial assistance-based scholarship awarded to high school seniors accepted to an accredited college or university the semester immediately after graduation.  Mary Lynn Watkins is a charter member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated Phi Tau Omega Chapter.  Ms. Watkins stressed pride for our community service for all mankind. The scholarship is for student residing on the south side of Metropolitan Atlanta (Fulton, Clayton, Fayette, Coweta, and Henry counties). 

Click here to apply. The application deadline is March 31, 2024.

Check Out Our
2023
Pearls of Vision
Scholarship
Recipients!

2023 Tina S. Braboy JSU Book Scholarship Recipients

In honor of the Foundation's past president, the late Tina S. Braboy, this one-year merit-based scholarship is awarded to students

from the state of Georgia currently enrolled at Jackson State University. 

Anaya Harris

Valencia Wilder

Alana Sampson

Past Pearls of Vision Scholarship Recipients (2017-2022)

Esther Cebello Ortiz

Kendall Clark

Kourtney Clark

Tiffany Cooley

Cameron Cruver

Victor Culpepper, Jr. 

Jamar Curry

Josephine Dahtech

Jack Flemister

Erin Foster

Olivia Haney

Jordan Hardaway

Savannah Hayes

Yancey Hill

Jaylin Hudson

Amanda Kelly

Jared Jackson

Natalie Jacobs

Amaiya Johnson

Cydney Johnson

Zamaria Jones

Jlynn Latham

Christopher McCrary

Jordan McCrary

Manuella Nana

Brianna Parks

Ceymone Pride

Dylan Prysock

Danielle Rhodes

Reuben Saint Juste

 

Hannah Savage

Xavier Shankle

Joseph Smith

Brandon Stone

Kaili Trice

Gavin Warren

Jada Willingham

Keith Wilson, Jr. 

Julian Woods

Oucte Wright

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