Our scholarship program does not only provide financial support to our students, but we also encourage them to be community advocates. It is through service to others that we hope to create lasting relationships and watch our program participants grow into the confident leaders of tomorrow.
“Higher education cannot be a luxury reserved just for a privileged few. It is an economic necessity for every family. And every family should be able to afford it”
- President Barack Obama
Our merit-based college scholarship is intended to recognize outstanding minority high school students who have created a positive impact in their communities. Each year, 3 recipients will be selected for the Kids In Search of Hope (KISH) scholarship.
This scholarship award is available to all high school levels. Scholarship recipients will also receive mentorship before, during, and after college.
To apply for this scholarship, you must:
- Be a first generation college-bound minority student
- Demonstrate academic achievement (minimum GPA requirement TBA)
- Be an active member of your community
Every great leader will tell you that they could not have gotten far without someone he or she considered to be a mentor. Each participant of The Good Seed Organization will receive mentorship before, during, and after college.
If you are seeking to become a mentor please visit our Contact Us page and provide the following information:
- Your name
- Phone number
- Email address
- An explanation as to why you are interested in becoming a mentor
Our goal is to bring together different members of our community for the purpose of teaching and learning from each other. We believe we can build a support system for people of all backgrounds. Whether you are a student seeking study strategies, a veteran searching for post-military life resources, or a leader looking for an opportunity to inspire others, we have created a place where we can all become connected. Visit our Facebook page for updates and events in our community.
- Build strong community advocates and leaders
- Build strong bonds in multiple communities
- Promote continuous strength and growth to our communities