Dear Supporter of the Delta Presents Scholarship Program,
Thank you for your continued support of the Delta Presents Recognition and Scholarship Program. Your assistance helps us successfully distribute thousands of dollars in scholarships each year. We are excited about the 2020 Delta Presents Honorees and need your immediate assistance during the initial candidate application process.
2019-2020 Delta Presents Application PDF
First, please identify current African -American male seniors in your school with:
* Minimum cumulative of 2.75 grade point average
* Leadership skills
* Extensive Community and/or church involvement
* Dedicated school involvement
NOTE: Students not meeting the minimum GPA requirement may apply if they meet the other specified requirements.
The scheduled date for the 2020 Delta Presents Interest Meeting is Sunday, September 22nd, at 3:00 p.m. at the Delta Outreach Foundation Building, 7621 West 40th Street, Little Rock, AR. Any student interested in participating should make plans to attend this meeting.
For any further questions or concerns, please email email@example.com or call Krishna Ellington: 501-404-5933 | Latricia Henderson: 501-227-9498.
The 2020 Delta Presents youth development activities leading to the culminating scholarship recognition program are making history. The goal since the inception of our signature program, Delta Presents remains to encourage the positive aspect of youth development in our community. As we reflect on our 47 years of community service, we are excited about the number of lives we have touched through scholarships, mentoring, and personal development. We nurture and encourage our honorees to become positive role models, entrepreneurs, leaders in the community, and productive citizens in their city, state, and nation.
Delta Presents is a process, not an event. With this premise, the CLEP, Career Development, Leadership Development, Educational Development, and Personal/Social Development program was created as the developmental component of Delta Presents. The objectives of CLEP are to:
Empower Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence
Develop Positive Self Concept
Develop Academic, Social, Leadership and Work Skills
The program objectives of CLEP will result in an increase high school graduation rate among the target group. We aim to encourage college attendance and expand job opportunities for the participants. We are committed to making a positive difference with our CLEP four-year program.