Welcome to the Positive Black Male Association of Houston (PBMAH) scholarships page. Scholarships are a great way to help pay for college and are one of many ways that you can fund your education. PBMAH scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit, leadership, community service participation and financial need or any combination of these items.
The Positive Black Male Association of Houston is a non-profit organization dedicated to the allocation of its scholarship funds to PBMAH graduates. PBMAH was established in 2000. PBMAH is a 501 (c) 3 tax- exempt organization and scholarships are awarded from fundraisers, donations and foundation gifts. all funds are awards to PBMAH graduates and paid directly to colleges and universities.
We seek to reward students that have shown the aptitude and desire to further themselves and develop their talents so that they may lead productive and fruitful lives in the community. In addition to the scholarships that are granted, we have established a "mentoring program" to encourage recipients to accomplish this goal.
Scholarship Applications Applying for scholarships is an important part of planning for a successful college experience. You may qualify for different scholarships based on the type of student you are.
B..J. Baines Legendary Eagle Scholarship - Will use PBMA Applications - $1,000.00 ($1,000 to 1 male recipient) Dorothy M. Baylark Educational Scholarship -Will use PBMA Applications- $500 ($500 to 1 female recipient ) Ladies of Great Purpose Leadership Scholarship - $1,000.00 ($1,000 to 1 recipients). Positive Black Male Association of Houston- Graduate Scholarship - $10,000.00 ($1,000 to a maximum of 10 recipients ) Positive Black Male Association of Houston Merit Scholarship- $1,000.00 ($1,000 to the recipient with the highest GPA) Positive Black Male Association of Houston Community Service Scholarship - $1,000.00 ((2)$500.00 to the recipients with the most hours of Community Service)
Dates to Remember There are many scholarships available from many sources. These dates and applications apply only to Scholarships & Financial Aid related to PBMA/LOGP scholarship applications. Deadline –June 30, 2022
Applying for financial aid is an important part of preparing for your college education. Eligibility for various programs is first determined by your residency status. Once residency is determined, you will know which financial aid application must be completed. Click on the following links to access the financial aid applications.
For more than a decade the “Reaching Youth Everywhere" (RYE) Program has become a vital part of the Positive Black Male Association of Houston, Inc., sending students to colleges and universities all across America since 2007. Our students have been accepted yearly into Colleges & Universities. Schools such as Harvard, Georgetown, Texas, Baylor, Texas A&MU, LSU, Howard, Morehouse, Grambling, Tuskegee, TCU, Florida A&M, University of Houston, Texas Southern, Prairie View A&M University, along with many more. We are building Tomorrow's Leaders Today!