Key Opportunity Foundation Academic Scholarship Application
The Key Opportunity Foundation Book Scholarship was established to provide educational opportunities to dedicated African American students who are continuing their education. The Foundation’s goal is to help deserving students in Arkansas achieve their educational goals. Key Opportunity’s number one priority is to award academic excellence and increase the number of students attaining higher education by providing financial assistance to overcome extenuating circumstances.
Applicants must be of African American ethnicity, currently enrolled as a high school senior, attend a high school in Arkansas, and planning to enroll in a higher education program for the fall 2021 semester. Applicants must have received their high school diploma by that time. Eligible higher education programs include two- or four-year colleges or universities; community colleges; technical, vocational, or business schools; or any other type of higher education licensed by the state of Arkansas or any other state or federal entity. We encourage all high school seniors who meet the criteria to apply.
- A completed applications submitted via online or must be postmarked by Friday, April 16, 2021.
- High School Seniors must submit two (2) letters of recommendation from a high school administrator, school counselor, teacher, pastor or church youth director/minister with application.
- Submit unofficial transcript and copy of ACT/SAT scores.
- Community Service point of contact information is required, name and phone number to validate.
- Written Essay
Please return completed application packet to:
Key Opportunity Foundation Scholarship,
P.O. Box 26701, Little Rock, AR 72221
Applications must be postmarked by Friday, April 16, 2021.
Late or incomplete applications will not be submitted to the review committee. Faxed documents will NOT be accepted.
Application and recommendation letters must be typed-written.
Key Opportunity Foundation Scholarship
Submit to: P.O. Box 26701, Little Rock, AR 72221
Submit application, submit essay, unofficial transcript with GPA, copy of ACT/SAT Score, and one (2) letters of recommendation from a school administrator, school counselor, advisor, teacher, pastor or church youth director/minister with application postmarked by Friday, April 16, 2021.
1. What is the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and its significance to Police Brutality?
2. Why is the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement important?
3. What measures and/or actions can be implemented to eliminate Police Brutality?
On a separate sheet of paper, submit typed, double-spaced 500 word essay in Arial,
12-point font on the topic below. Corresponding topic for essay content is provided below. Essays
will be scored on content, clarity, relevance and grammar.