Donald White/Mandla A. Ndwanya Memorial Fund Scholarship and Internship in South Africa

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  • Award Amount: $1,000
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The Donald White/Mandla A. Ndwanya Memorial Fund is founded so as to provide educational opportunities for students in the United States and South Africa.

The fund is offering financial help so as to keep deserving students in school and promote cross-cultural learning and understanding.

The number of scholarships provided by this fund is great, as there are scholarships aimed at tertiary study in the United States and South Africa, as well as scholarships for juniors and seniors at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) to intern in Cape Town, South Africa.

Full Description

Scholarships will be awarded based on organizational funds available, so the amount and number of the recipients can vary.

Award amount is approximately $1000 and it cannot be used for purpose other than tuition, registration fees, textbooks, and/or technology fees.

Who's eligible?

Just as it is the case with any other scholarship, not everybody is eligible to apply and those who do not meet the criteria should not waste their time applying as they will immediately be rejected.

Applicants must prove acceptance into or currently attending an accredited U.S. college or university as well as a financial need which causes him/her to stop or prolong their education.

The applicant must show good academic standing with a minimum 3.5 GPA.

You should know that the preference will be given to first-generation students attending an accredited higher learning institution.

Additionally, the applicant must be majoring in education, science, engineering, mathematics, healthcare, medicine, or social work.

The criteria are set that way due to the fact that Donald wanted to help others and Mandla was in love with Business studies in South Africa.

How to Apply

Applications process opens for new students on March 1st and since that moment on you can submit your applications. ​

The application process is easy as you are supposed to fill out and submit the application form which can be found on the scholarship provider’s official website.

Incomplete submissions will not be considered.

There is a necessity of submitting the additional attachments which should be done via one email

The required additional documentation is the following:

  • An unofficial transcript that includes previous Fall semester’s/quarter’s grades
  • A completed FAFSA application and results
  • Resume/CV
  • Any college/university acceptance letters received

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