2016 Youth recognition and scholarship awards

April 9, 2016  

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National Coalition of 100 Black Women - Anne Arundel County Chapter is a vocal advocate for issues that affect African-American women and girls. We align our Mission with that of the National Chapter. Please click below to visit that website.

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For more than 20 years, National Coalition of 100 Black Women - Anne Arundel County Chapter has devoted it's energy to passionately advocating for African-American women and young girls throughout Maryland.  

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Each year the National Coalition of 100 Black Women honors young African American boys and girls in grades 8 -11 and awards three scholarships to young ladies in 12th grade. This special event is an opportunity for their families, communities, county and state officials to recognize our young ladies for their academic, community service, and leadership, by publicly giving honor to these young ladies who have tried to make a difference in their own lives and in the lives of others.


This year’s 19th Annual Youth Recognition and Scholarship Breakfast will be held on Saturday, April 9, 2016 from 9:00 AM – 12 Noon.


We have expanded our program by offering workshops to help prepare our youth for college. The workshop topics include completing college applications, resume writing, writing essays for college applications and selecting the right college, accessing scholarships and financial stability.


If you would like to sponsor or be a patron, please contact Lillie Caldwell  at 443-818-5087 or  Donyel Bacon at 410-627-7000. 

Congratulations to Chapter Member Jacqueline Allsup, who was the recipient of the 2016 George H. Phelps Jr. Distinguished Public Service Award presented by the NAACP. She was honored at the 35th Annual MLK Breakfast on January 18th at Anne Arundel Community College. 




Congratulations to NCBW Anne Arundel Co President Merchelle Halsey, who was awarded the Drum Major Award the 28th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Awards Dinner on January 15, 2016. 

Would you like to nominate a SHERO?

Click here to download the application!