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black_studentNationwide (BlackNews.com) — BlackStudents.com, a popular online resource for African American high school and college students, has published their annual listing of 2011 scholarship opportunities. The scholarships vary in criteria, award amounts, and deadline dates, but are available from over 100 different companies, organizations, and foundations. Combined, the scholarships amount to more than $5 million in funding for minority students. Majors that qualify include science, technology, engineering, communications, journalism, nursing, education (teaching), and more. The money can be used for tuition, books, and residence at most universities, colleges, and even private schools in the United States.

 The published listing includes the following programs: Best Buy Scholarship, Burger King Scholars Program, CIA Undergraduate Scholarship, Dell Scholars Program, Gates Millenium Scholarship, HBCU Study Abroad Scholarship, Joe Francis Haircare Scholarship, National Black Police Association Scholarships, Thurgood Marshall Fund, Tylenol Scholarship, United Negro College Fund, Vanguard Minority Scholarship Fund, Xerox Minority Technical Scholarship, and many more. To see the complete listing of scholarship opportunities and their related application details, visit www.BlackStudents.com

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