The MOTG Foundation
Scholarship Fund


 
 

 

MOTG Scholarship Funds Awarded/Raised

TOTAL SCHOLARSHIP DOLLARS AWARDED/RAISED: $20,000+

 

Prospective Student FAQs

+ When can I begin the scholarship application?

  • The sholarship application submission begin date varies. Typically, our Florida A&M University scholarship applications open late August of each year.

+ When is the deadline for the scholarship application?

  • The sholarship application submission begin date varies. Typically, our Florida A&M University scholarship applications close two weeks prior to the university's Homecoming Celebration.

+ Who is eligible to apply for scholarships?

  • Our scholarship requirements vary based on the scholarship donor's desired specfications. For example, a scholarship donor may create a scholarship specifically for students in the College of Education with a 2.5 or higher GPA.

+ May young women apply for Manhood On The Go scholarships?

  • Typically, our scholarship opportunities are for young men.

Scholarship Donor FAQs

+ Does my scholarship award have to go to a Florida A&M University student?

  • No. Your scholarship is awarded to the student that you believe is best to receive it.

+ How is the scholarship award given to the student?

  • There are various

+ How many scholarships has the MOTG scholarship fund awarded so far?

  • Since our inception in 2017, our foundation has awarded over 30 scholarships to deserving young scholars. These students have primarily been males whol attend Florida A&M University.

+ Is my scholarship donation tax-deductible?

  • Yes! The Manhood On The Go Foundation is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. Please visit our Financials & Compliance page to view our tax-exemption determination form & Florida Check-A-Charity Verification form. (LINK)

+ Who is eligible to apply for scholarships?

  • Our scholarship requirements vary based on the scholarship donor's desired specfications. For example, a scholarship donor may create a scholarship specifically for students in the College of Education with a 2.5 or higher GPA.

+ May young women apply for Manhood On The Go scholarships?

  • Typically, our scholarship opportunities are for young men.

Previous Scholarship Recipients

+ Florida A&M University Winners (2018 | $750-$1,000)

  • Mr. Adlernico Brioch ($1,000 | 2018)
  • Mr. Tareq Salley ($1,000 | 2018)
  • Mr. Cednet Jean ($1,000 | 2018)
  • Mr. Thomas Howell ($1,000 | 2018)
  • Mr. Peterson Paulinis ($1,000 | 2018)
  • Mr. Craig Mitchell ($1,000 | 2018)
  • Mr. Samuel Fortune ($777 | 2018)
  • Mr. Miles Sullivan ($750 | 2018)
  • Mr. Andrew Rhone ($750 | 2018)

+ Florida A&M University Winners (2018 | $300-$500)

  • Mr. Charles Rutland ($500 | 2018)
  • Mr. Theondre Peoples ($500 | 2018)
  • Mr. Samuel Gilkes ($500 | 2018)
  • Mr. Rylan Walker-Curtis ($500 | 2018)
  • Mr. John Jackson ($500 | 2018)
  • Mr. Isaiah Walker ($500 | 2018)
  • Mr. Emmanuel Dawson ($500 | 2018)
  • Mr. Carlos Binder ($500 | 2018)
  • Mr. Arian Edwards ($400 | 2018)
  • Mr. Herman Black ($300 | 2018)
  • Mr. Samuel Mitchell ($300 | 2018)
  • Mr. Kirk Murphy ($300 | 2018)
  • Mr. Marcellus Dillard ($300 | 2018)
  • Mr. Erick Marcel ($300 | 2018)

+ Florida A&M University Winners (2018 | $250)

  • Mr. D'Angelo Senat ($250 | 2018)
  • Mr. Stephen Lamar ($250 | 2018)
  • Mr. Rhashad Wilson Crane ($250 | 2018)
  • Mr. Je'Quan Crane ($250 | 2018)
  • Mr. Alec Daley ($250 | 2018)
  • Mr. Keith Heaven ($250 | 2018)
  • Mr. Eddie Lewis III ($250 | 2018)
  • Mr. Christopher Keith ($250 | 2018)

+ Florida A&M University Winners (2017)

  • Mr. Patrique Alcie Jr. ($500 | 2017)

  • Mr. DaMarcus Snipes ($500 | 2017)

+ Bethune-Cookman University Winners

  • Ms. Iyanna Kelly ($2,500 | 2018)

+ Tallahassee (FL) Community College Winners

  • Mr. Alwalek Washington ($1,000 | 2018)

Scholarship Fund Overview

The Manhood On The Go Scholarship Fund is committed to providing educational scholarship opportunities for young men who aspire to improve their lives and their communities. Our educational scholarships are provided as individual grants. The grant can be used to cover tuition expenses and related supplemental educational expenses such as books, lab fees, travel and select costs of living. All MOTG Scholars are required to “give back” by conducting community service and by serving as mentors to younger, aspiring MOTG Scholars.

A SPECIAL THANKS TO each of OUR MOTG SCHOLARSHIP FUND DONORS!