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Missions

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Criteria

  1.  Must be a graduating high school student. 

  2.  A U.S. resident 

  3.  GPA of 3.0 or higher for college; GPA of 2.0 or higher for Trade/Technical School. 

  4. Major in Business, Finance, Science, Social Science, Math, Health, Health  Management, Arts, Humanities or attend a Technical/Trade School leading to a certification. 

  5.  Must submit an official high school transcript.

  6.  Two letters of recommendation, including one from a school faculty member. 

  7.  Evidence of leadership through work, school and/or community service activities must be submitted.

  8.  A statement on why you want to earn a degree or attend a Technical/Trade School. Tell us why financial assistance is required. 

  9.  Must present proof of admission/acceptance into a two/four-year post-secondary institution or Technical/Trade School in the US at the time of the scholarship award.

Deadline

Completed applications must be received by April  16, 2021. Applications are closed.

All applicants for the Missions Trip will be notified via email no later than May 29, 2021. 

2021 SCHOLARSHIP CEREMONY

2020 SCHOLARSHIP CEREMONY

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Foundation awards 4 college scholarships

The Gamma Xi Boulé Foundation awarded scholarships to four outstanding local area high school graduates at its annual scholarship ceremony on June 12, 2020. This year’s ceremony marks the first award from scholarships funded by Dick Plotkin and the 2nd awards funded by Gamma Xi Boulé member Donald J. Reaves and his wife, Deborah R. Reaves, and Gamma Xi Boulé member Robert L. Wood and his wife, Angelia D. Wood.

 

Christopher Holmes will receive $4,000 per year for the next four years from the Dick Plotkin’s Scholarship. Holmes, a 2020 Lakewood Ranch graduate, plans to study Business Administration when he enrolls at the Florida Agriculture & Mechanical University in the fall.

 

Zhameera Fuller received her 2nd payment of $4,000 from the Donald J. and Deborah R. Reaves Scholarship. Fuller, a 2019 Booker High School graduate, will be entering her sophomore year studying child psychology at the University of North Florida in the fall.

 

Maicy Powell also received a 2nd payment of $4,000 from the Robert L. and Angelia D. Wood Scholarship. Powell graduated from Booker High School in May 2019 and she will begin her sophomore year in the fall at Howard University as a business administration major.

 

Marc Brunot is a 2017 graduate of Bayshore High School. He earned a $4,000 annual Matthew Carter Scholarship in 2017.  Brunot will begin his senior year as a business major at Florida Gulf Coast University in the fall.

 

We are proud to assist these outstanding student pursue their college education. The Gamma Xi Boulé Foundation has awarded approximately $100,000 in scholarships to outstanding high school graduates since 2001.

2019 SCHOLARSHIP CEREMONY

Foundation awards 3 college scholarships

 The  awarded scholarships to three outstanding local area high school graduates at its annual scholarship ceremony on May 25, 2019, at the Betty J. Johnson North Sarasota Library. This year’s ceremony marks the first awards from scholarships funded by  member Donald J. Reaves and his wife, Deborah R. Reaves, and Gamma Xi Boulé member Robert L. Wood and his wife, Angelia D. Wood.

 

Zhameera Fuller will receive $4,000 per year for the next four years from the Donald J. and Deborah J. Reaves Scholarship. Fuller, a 2019 Booker High School graduate, plans to study child psychology when she enrolls at the University of North Florida in the fall.

 

Marc Brunot is a 2017 graduate of Bayshore High School. He earned a $4,000 annual Matthew Carter Scholarship in 2017. The Gamma Xi Boulé Foundation created the Matthew Carter Scholarship to honor Matthew Carter, who was a charter member of Gamma Xi Boulé. Brunot will begin his junior year as a business major at Florida Gulf Coast University in the fall.

 

Maicy Powell will receive $4,000 per year for the next four years from the Robert L. and Angelia D. Wood Scholarship. Powell graduated from Booker High School in May and she will matriculate in the fall at Howard University as a business administration major.

 

The  has awarded approximately $65,000 in scholarships to outstanding high school graduates since 2001.

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Celebrates Academic Excellence

Archons and Archousai from Gamma Xi Boulé gathered together on May 26, 2018 to celebrate the accomplishments of two outstanding area high school graduates during the 5th annual Matthew Carter Scholarship Awards Ceremony. 

 

The Gamma Xi Boulé Foundation created the Matthew Carter Scholarship to honor Archon Carter, who was a charter member of Gamma Xi Boulé, as well as a national officer of Sigma Pi Phi. The Scholarship awards a total of $16,000 per awardee with payments of $4,000 for the four years of their college career. 

 

Matthew Carter Scholarship recipients are students from Manatee, Sarasota, and Charlotte counties who plan to attend four-year accredited colleges or universities. Students must graduate with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and commit to pursuing a degree in one of the following fields; business, finance, science, math, health, or the humanities.

 

Last year’s awardee, Marc Brunot, will enter his sophomore year at Florida Gulf Coast University in Estero, Florida in the fall and he will continue his studies as an accounting major. At the ceremony he received his 2nd installment of his scholarship funds totaling $8,000 so far. 

 

We are very proud of all our Matthew Carter Scholarship recipients and wish them the best of luck in this upcoming school year.