Delaware Chapter received the "Model Chapter" award at the 2019 Bicentennial Conf


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  • Graduating High School Senior that has been accepted into a technical trade, associate degree, or undergraduate degree program

  • Matriculating student enrolled in a technical trade, associate, undergraduate, or graduate degree program

  • Non-traditional adult student who has experienced a gap in education and is accepted, enrolled or attending an accredited institution for a technical trade, associate or undergraduate degree program (for example, a GED recipient; a person in the workforce returning to school; or someone who is not a recent high school graduate).

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Delaware Chapter Scholarship Fund honors Dr. Teresa D. Drummond, a scholar devoted to national public service.  Dr. Drummond was a graduate of Howard High School in Wilmington, DE; the University of Delaware in Newark, DE; and the Ohio State University in Columbus, OH where she was conferred a Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D). She was the founding first Vice President for the local chapter.  To date, NC100BW-DE has awarded more than $250,000 in scholarships.

For an applicant to be eligible for the Dr. Teresa D. Drummond Scholarship, the applicant must meet one of the following criteria.

Dr Teresa D. Drummond Scholarship

Please Note

Scholarships are awarded based on financial need and/or academic merit

2020 Scholarship Applications will be available on April 6, 2020

Deadline to submit 2020 Scholarship Application is June 5, 2020

Scholarship Awards distributed August/September 2020