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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Multicultural Council Scholarship

Submissions are due before Sept. 9.

It is time again to encourage high school seniors to apply for the Dr.  Martin Luther King Jr Multicultural Council Scholarship. The scholarships are $1,000 each for high school seniors that are planning on entering college in 2016.

Those selected in October as scholarship recipients will be honored on Monday, January 18, 2016 during the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Multicultural Council’s 26th annual celebration.

The form can be downloaded at www.mlkmc.com. Feel free to make copies and provide them to interested parties.

Mail scholarship application to:

Dr.  Martin Luther King, Jr. Multicultural Council
PO Box 40306
Albuquerque, NM 87196

Once the application is mailed, notify Alfred Mathewson at hubisoninthe505@law.unm.edu.

Students are responsible for writing an essay. This essay is based on the images that are on the application forms. In the essay the students should articulate their understanding of civil rights, diversity and community, along with describing how Dr. King’s messages continue to have a powerful influence on society as well as their individual lives.

 The students will be notified by email regarding their application status.

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