Felma M. Oldham Scholarship Award

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Mrs. Felma M. Oldham was the mother-in-love of Tonia M. Oldham. Her life was centered around God, her family, children, and education. Her parents emphasized the importance of education and she knew as a child that she wanted to become an educator.

She graduated with honors from Grambling State University, participated in post graduate studies at Kent State and received her Master’s Degree from Florida A&M University. She taught at Rochelle, Lincoln Avenue, John Cox, and Carleton Palmore Elementary Schools in Lakeland, FL.

In 1959, Mrs. Oldham helped her husband establish H.W. Oldham Funeral Home and in the 1980’s, she opened her own private preschool, The Community Child Care and Learning Center. Mrs. Oldham believed in educating and enhancing the lives of others. We honor Mrs. Oldham’s legacy through this scholarship.

Scholarship Guidelines

  • Verifiable financial inability to attend a WOP Weekend
  • Confirmed ability to attend the current year event
  • Submit a 250-Word essay stating why they should be chosen as the F. M. Oldham Current Year recipient
  • Submission must be received by February of the year of WOP Women's Weekend.

Izetta P. Mitchell Scholarship Award

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The Women of Power Izetta Mitchell Scholarship is offered to honor someone who exhibits the qualities of a Woman of Power. This scholarship can be used by the recipient to increase their skills or further their education. Please read the guidelines below to determine who you can nominate to receive this scholarship. 

Izetta "Zet" Denise Mitchell (1953-2003) was the sister-in-love of Pastor BJ Relefourd. Her life was centered around God and through her love for our Savior, she served her family, her church and her community. She was a strong supporter of Women of Power. We honor her and her legacy through this scholarship. 

Scholarship Guidelines

  1. Submit a typed 500-word essay, font size 10-12.
  2. The essay may be e-mailed by clicking here.
  3. The essay can be mailed to: Women of Power Izetta Mitchell Scholarship, 458 Chestnut St., Lawrenceville, GA 30046.
  4. The essay must have 3 components: Consistency, Originality, Vision. It must be grammatically and typographically correct. No exceptions
  5. 2016 year deadline: Must be postmarked no later than October 30, 2016.  Scholarship distribution February 2017.

The essay should reflect the following:

  1. To name a person whom you believe to be a Woman Of Power.
  2. This woman will be someone who has influenced your life personally.
  3. No celebrities unless you know them personally.
  4. A Woman Of Power is someone who has imparted into your life through unselfish servanthood.
  5. This will be someone one who has denied themselves to allow someone else to go forth.
  6. This will be someone who has given and never expected anything in return
  7. Winning recipient must use award within 6 months following receipt.
The award is for continuing education at an accredited institution.

Izetta Mitchell Scholarship Application

I or my nominee should be awarded the Izetta Mitchell Scholarship because:

Submissions will be reviewed by an assigned panel. Recipients will receive an electronic submission confirmation. The scholarship recipient will receive electronic confirmation. Awards are distributed in February of each calendar year.

Bridge Builder - Nellar Roundtree Scholarship Award

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The Bridge Builder Scholarship was created for women who have a desire to attend the WOP Women's Weekend.  The Bridge Builder Scholarship is offered to women who are needful of someone to walk in power with them across the bridge of life, as they re-build and/or refurbish their lives.  This scholarship is ONLY for first-time attendees who are not financially positioned to register.  Members may submit information through the POWER PARTNER CARDS which may be obtained from Women of Power, Inc.

Mother Nellar Roundtree was the mother of Min. Elaine Montford, Regional Director-Central Florida Region.  Her life was one which nurtured assisting and caring for others.  Her family, church and community enabled her existence to be an example and an arm to arm,  shoulder to shoulder and heart to heart bridge to build self esteem and love to all.

Scholarship Guidelines 

  1. Submit a typed 500-word essay, font size 10-12.
  2. The essay may be e-mailed by clicking here.
  1. The essay can be mailed to: Women of Power  Nellar Roundtree Scholarship, 458 Chestnut St., Lawrenceville, GA 30046.
  2. The essay must have 3 components: Consistency, Originality, Vision. It must be grammatically and typographically correct, no exceptions.

The essay should reflect the following:

  1. To name a person whom you believe to be Bridge Builder.
  2.  This woman will be someone who has influenced your life personally.
  1. No celebrities unless you know them personally.
  2. A Woman Of Power is someone who has imparted into your life through unselfish servanthood. 
  3. This will be someone one who has denied themselves to allow someone else to go forth. 
This award is for someone who has given and never expected anything in return.

Nellar Roundtree Bridge Builders Scholarship Application

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