The Tom Joyner Foundation announced the names of its first art scholars as part of its effort to invest in the next generation of African-American visual artists. The TJF Fine Arts Scholarship Program awarded the two (2) deserving students at HBCUs a $1,000 scholarship from the Foundation. The program is funded with money from a […]
Dear Tom Joyner Foundation Team, My name is Christina Jackson, from Alpharetta, Georgia. I am a 2014 graduate of Shaw University with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems. I am currently in graduate school at North Carolina A&T State University pursuing a Master’s of Science in Information Technology. I am the middle […]
Derrick Smallwood is a sophomore, finance major from DeSoto, Texas. 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 […]
Jared Artmore is a sophomore, Pre-Pharmacy major from Beaumont, Tex. This future pharmacist plans to learn and advise in the pharmacy and medical fields. At TSU, Jared is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, the Freeman Honors College, the Urban Academy, the Academic Village, and plays the tuba in the TSU Wind […]
Knubian Gatlin is a sophomore, dietetics major from Spring, Texas. 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.
Brian McKenzie is a junior, business administration major from Dayton, Ohio. 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 […]