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Are you a graduating, high school senior of African descent who plans on attending a U.S. four-year university in the Fall following graduation? Further, do you plan on pursuing a bachelor’s degree in engineering, computer science, computer information systems, or a business field If so, consider applying for the Blacks at Microsoft Scholarship! Each year, four applicants are selected to win a $5,000 scholarship that can be renewed for up to four years, while 41 others win a one-time $2,500 scholarship. The scholarship is funded by Microsoft itself to “support the continued growth and development of black employees and encourage students to pursue a career in technology.”
If you’re a Black high school senior seeking to pursue a degree in computer science, business, or a related field, we encourage you to apply to the Blacks in Microsoft Scholarship!
This scholarship is open to applicants that meet the below eligibility requirements and are planning on enrolling in a four-year university in the Fall immediately following their high school graduation. Applicants must be planning on pursuing a degree in computer science, business, or a related field.
High School Senior
US Citizens, Permanent Residents
Computer Science, Business
To apply for this scholarship, students must submit an online application, a photo of themselves, and the below application materials.
Resume or CV
Letters of Recommendation
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