Dominque Jones of Huston-Tillotson University named Tom Joyner Foundation “Hercules Scholar”

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(Dallas – July  24) - Dominque Jones, a sophomore, psychology  major from Bay  St. Louis, Miss., has been named this week’s Tom Joyner Foundation “Hercules Scholar”.

Dominique’s future aspiration is to become a psychologist and he plans to help his community by providing counseling services that will encourage people to better understand themselves.

This honor student not only holds a 4.0 overall GPA at HT,  but he is heavily involved at Huston – Tillotson. Dominique is a member of several organizations on campus such as the HIV-AIDS Community Peer Advocacy Group,  HT Concert Choir, Psychology Club,  and Keep Austin Beautiful.

Huston-Tillotson University, in Austin, Tex., is the Foundation’s School of the Month for July which is part of its on-going effort to help keep students in historically black colleges and universities. The Hercules Scholarship is named after Joyner’s father, the late Hercules Joyner, who was a strong supporter of higher education. To be a candidate for the scholarship, students must be male, attend a Foundation “School of the Month”, have a grade point average of at least 3.5, and be a campus leader involved in the community with a career goal toward making a difference in the quality of life for his race. The scholars each receive a scholarship grant of $1,500 that is paid directly to their school to help offset their college expenses.

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Kelly Price shows her support for Central State University.

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Even though Central State University was the Tom Joyner Foundation May 2014 school of the month, you can still support a scholar at Central State all year long. 100% of  your donation will go towards the university. Show your support today.

Mali Music represents for Texas Southern University

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Recording artist, Mali Music, shows some love for Texas Southern University, the Tom Joyner Foundation school of the month. Check out Mali below.

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Derrick Smallwood of Texas Southern University Named Tom Joyner Foundation “Hercules Scholar”

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(Dallas – June 19) Derrick Smallwood, a  sophomore, finance major from Desoto, Tex., this week has been named a Tom Joyner Foundation “Hercules Scholar”.

This future financial analyst will continue to learn and advise others to secure their future.At TSU, Derrick is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, the Freeman Honors College, and the Golden Key Honor Society.

Derrick still finds time to volunteer at a local community center and serve as a peer tutor on campus.

Texas Southern University, in Houston , Tex., is the Foundation’s School of the Month for June which is part of its on-going effort to help keep students in historically black colleges and universities.The Hercules Scholarship is named after Joyner’s father, the late Hercules Joyner, who was a strong supporter of higher education. To be a candidate for the scholarship, students must be male, attend a Foundation “School of the Month”, have a grade point average of at least 3.5, and be a campus leader involved in the community with a career goal toward making a difference in the quality of life for his race. The scholars each receive a scholarship grant of $1,500 that is paid directly to their school to help offset their college expenses.

Founded in 1998, the Tom Joyner Foundation (http://tomjoynerfoundation.org) has focused on its primary mission of helping to keep students enrolled in Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs). The Foundation has raised more than $60 million to help keep students enrolled in black colleges, has assisted more than 25,000 students and worked with more than 100 HBCUs. Each week, the Foundation announces outstanding male student scholarship winners, called Hercules Scholars, on the nationally syndicated radio show hosted by its founder, Tom Joyner.

Jared Artmore of Texas Southern named Tom Joyner Foundation “Hercules Scholar”

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(Dallas – June 12) Jared Artmore, a sophomore, Pre- Pharmacy major from Beaumont,Tex., has been named this week’s Tom Joyner Foundation “Hercules Scholar”. He plans for a future in the medical field with an aspiration of becoming a pharmacist.

His personal motto is “never give up” and is role model in life is his parents.

At Texas Southern, Jared is heavily involved on campus and is a member of several organizations such as the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Thomas F. Freeman Honors College, Urban Academic Village,  and the Texas Southern University Wind Ensemble (Tuba).

Texas Southern University, in Houston , Tex., is the Foundation’s School of the Month for June which is part of its on-going effort to help keep students in historically black colleges and universities.

The Hercules Scholarship is named after Joyner’s father, the late Hercules Joyner, who was a strong supporter of higher education. To be a candidate for the scholarship, students must be male, attend a Foundation “School of the Month”, have a grade point average of at least 3.5, and be a campus leader involved in the community with a career goal toward making a difference in the quality of life for his race. The scholars each receive a scholarship grant of $1,500 that is paid directly to their school to help offset their college expenses.

Founded in 1998, the Tom Joyner Foundation (http://tomjoynerfoundation.org) has focused on its primary mission of helping to keep students enrolled in Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs). The Foundation has raised more than $60 million to help keep students enrolled in black colleges, has assisted more than 25,000 students and worked with more than 100 HBCUs. Each week, the Foundation announces outstanding male student scholarship winners, called Hercules Scholars, on the nationally syndicated radio show hosted by its founder, Tom Joyner.

Knubian Gatlin of Texas Southern University Named Tom Joyner Foundation “Hercules Scholar”

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(Dallas – June 5) Knubian Gatlin, a  sophomore, dietetics major from Spring, Tex., this week has been named a Tom Joyner Foundation “Hercules Scholar”.

This future clinical dietitian and business owner has a 3.80 GPA.

At TSU, Knubian volunteers at a homeless shelter, serves as a peer tutor, partners with his mother to provide fitness and training, and volunteers at a local health facility for the underserved.

Texas Southern University, in Houston , Tex., is the Foundation’s School of the Month for June which is part of its on-going effort to help keep students in historically black colleges and universities.The Hercules Scholarship is named after Joyner’s father, the late Hercules Joyner, who was a strong supporter of higher education. To be a candidate for the scholarship, students must be male, attend a Foundation “School of the Month”, have a grade point average of at least 3.5, and be a campus leader involved in the community with a career goal toward making a difference in the quality of life for his race. The scholars each receive a scholarship grant of $1,500 that is paid directly to their school to help offset their college expenses.

Founded in 1998, the Tom Joyner Foundation (http://tomjoynerfoundation.org) has focused on its primary mission of helping to keep students enrolled in Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs). The Foundation has raised more than $60 million to help keep students enrolled in black colleges, has assisted more than 25,000 students and worked with more than 100 HBCUs. Each week, the Foundation announces outstanding male student scholarship winners, called Hercules Scholars, on the nationally syndicated radio show hosted by its founder, Tom Joyner.

Porsha Williams represents for the Tigers of Texas Southen University

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Porsha Williams shows her support for Texas Southern University, the Tom Joyner Foundation school of the month. Listen below. 

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“When I believe in something…I give it my all” -Keke Wyatt

 

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Keke Wyatt represents for Texas Southern University, the Tom Joyner Foundation school of the month. Listen as she shows her support below.

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To help us raise money for Texas Southern University, the Tom Joyner Foundation June School of the Month, you can enter to win an autographed Keke Wyatt CD!

To be eligible to win the CD,  you must make a donation for $19.27.  Complete the form below and click on the “Donate” button.

The deadline for the contest is Monday, June 30th.

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Brian McKenzie Of Central State University Named Tom Joyner Foundation “Hercules Scholar”

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(Dallas – May 29) Brian McKenzie, a  junior, business administration major from Dayton, Ohio , this week has been named a Tom Joyner Foundation “Hercules Scholar”.

This future business owner has a 3.84 GPA with plans to attend graduate school.

At Central State, Brian is a peer tutor, volunteers at a local community center, is a member of the Black Men’s Think Tank, and has consistently been placed on the Dean’s List.

Brian firmly believes in preparing himself for a future as a community leader and making a difference for others.

Central State University, in Wilberforce, Ohio, is the Foundation’s School of the Month for May which is part of its on-going effort to help keep students in historically black colleges and universities.The Hercules Scholarship is named after Joyner’s father, the late Hercules Joyner, who was a strong supporter of higher education. To be a candidate for the scholarship, students must be male, attend a Foundation “School of the Month”, have a grade point average of at least 3.5, and be a campus leader involved in the community with a career goal toward making a difference in the quality of life for his race. The scholars each receive a scholarship grant of $1,500 that is paid directly to their school to help offset their college expenses.

Founded in 1998, the Tom Joyner Foundation (http://tomjoynerfoundation.org) has focused on its primary mission of helping to keep students enrolled in Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs). The Foundation has raised more than $60 million to help keep students enrolled in black colleges, has assisted more than 25,000 students and worked with more than 100 HBCUs. Each week, the Foundation announces outstanding male student scholarship winners, called Hercules Scholars, on the nationally syndicated radio show hosted by its founder, Tom Joyner.

Ryan Johnson of Central State University Named Tom Joyner Foundation “Hercules Scholar”

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(Dallas – May 22) Ryan Johnson, a  senior, international business major from Dayton, Ohio , this week has been named a Tom Joyner Foundation “Hercules Scholar”.

This future attorney has a 4.0 GPA and still finds time to share his skills as a peer tutor, volunteer at a local community center, and is a member of the SGA and the Business Club.

Ryan’s parents are the most influential people in his life who are always there with sound advice and support.

The motto Ryan lives by is, “Learn from yesterday, live for today, and hope for tomorrow”.

Central State University, in Wilberforce, Ohio, is the Foundation’s School of the Month for May which is part of its on-going effort to help keep students in historically black colleges and universities.The Hercules Scholarship is named after Joyner’s father, the late Hercules Joyner, who was a strong supporter of higher education. To be a candidate for the scholarship, students must be male, attend a Foundation “School of the Month”, have a grade point average of at least 3.5, and be a campus leader involved in the community with a career goal toward making a difference in the quality of life for his race. The scholars each receive a scholarship grant of $1,500 that is paid directly to their school to help offset their college expenses.

Founded in 1998, the Tom Joyner Foundation (http://tomjoynerfoundation.org) has focused on its primary mission of helping to keep students enrolled in Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs). The Foundation has raised more than $60 million to help keep students enrolled in black colleges, has assisted more than 25,000 students and worked with more than 100 HBCUs. Each week, the Foundation announces outstanding male student scholarship winners, called Hercules Scholars, on the nationally syndicated radio show hosted by its founder, Tom Joyner.