Scholarships

The Bridge Builder Charity Foundation, Inc. invests in the educational goals of scholars on their path to a four-year college or university, community service initiatives and charitable causes. BBCF awards scholarships to student applicants entering college or continuing their academic programs. Students must meet both academic and community service requirements. Scholarships will be available beginning November 2018.

How to apply?
Students can download the application documents and then mail it to the post office box (4008 Louetta Rd, PMB 619, Spring, TX 77388) or send us an email to: scholarships@BBCFInc.org

  • Founder’s Scholarships ($6,000)
    • Named after the Founders of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., annually, the Bridge Builder Charity Foundation honors excellence in education by awarding four (4) scholarships to some of Houston’s most driven, accomplished, and high achieving students from school districts surrounding the north Houston area. Graduating seniors from high schools in Aldine, Conroe, Cy-Fair, Humble, Klein and Spring Independent School Districts are eligible to apply.
      • Dr. Ernest E. Just ($1,500)
        • Currently, a male student enrolled as a Senior in High School
        • A resident of Montgomery or Harris Counties.
        • Possess a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0 on 4.0 scale
        • Attend a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) the semester immediately following high school graduation with the intent on majoring in a STEM-related field. (Science, Technology, Engineer, Math)
        • Demonstrated community service and leadership at his high school and in her community, which is clearly reflected in recommendation letters.
      • Bishop Edgar A. Love ($1,500)
        • Currently, a male student enrolled as a Senior in High School
        • A resident of Montgomery or Harris Counties.
        • Possess a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0 on 4.0 scale
        • Attend a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) the semester immediately following high school graduation with the intent on majoring in a Theology or Music.
        • Demonstrated community service and leadership at his high school and in her community, which is clearly reflected in recommendation letters.
      • Professor Frank B. Coleman ($1,500)
        • Currently, a male student enrolled as a Senior in High School
        • A resident of Montgomery or Harris Counties.
        • Possess a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0 on 4.0 scale
        • Attend a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) the semester immediately following high school graduation with the intent on majoring in an Education related field.
        • Demonstrated community service and leadership at his high school and in her community, which is clearly reflected in recommendation letters.
      • Dr. Oscar J. Cooper ($1,500)
        • Currently, a male student enrolled as a Senior in High School
        • A resident of Montgomery or Harris Counties.
        • Possess a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0 on 4.0 scale
        • Attend a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) the semester immediately following high school graduation with the intent on majoring in a Medicine related field.
        • Demonstrated community service and leadership at his high school and in her community, which is clearly reflected in recommendation letters.
  • Omega Youth Academy Scholarship
    • The Omega Gent Youth Academy is a mentoring program based on our Cardinal Principles (Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance and Uplift) and designed to teach and encourage high school males to positively define, plan, pursue and achieve their goals.
    • At a year ending banquet to celebrate the Omega Youth Academy, all Graduating Omega Gents will be eligible to receive College Scholarship stipend awards.

 

  • Houston Omega Men Educational (H.O.M.E.) Scholarships
    • Named after the prominent members of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. that called Houston “home” currently or at one time, annually, the Bridge Builder Charity Foundation honors excellence in education by awarding scholarships to some of Houston’s most driven, accomplished, and high achieving students from school districts surrounding the north Houston area. Graduating seniors from high schools in Aldine, Conroe, Cy-Fair, Humble, Klein and Spring Independent School Districts are eligible to apply.
      • Michael T. Williams – Supply Chain  ($500)
      • Charles F. Bolden, Jr. – Military/Science
      • Odysseus Lanier – Business