About the George Floyd Scholarship
In 2020, Mr. Anthony Knotts decided to develop a scholarship in honor of George Floyd and his friend Angelo Robinson. These African-American men both experienced police brutality that resulted in them using the statement, “I Can’t Breathe.” Mr. Knotts set in his heart to change that narrative and make this scholarship his way of peacefully protesting. He wants African American females and males to know they can breathe in the midst of the society we live in. Every August & January, a minimum of 5 students will be selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship in George Floyd’s honor.
Applicant must be:
• NC Resident
• Attending an accredited post-secondary institution (2/4 year or trade) for Spring 2021 or Fall 2021
• Have an unweighted GPA of 2.5
The iSee Destiny Foundation Scholarship Board reviews all applications. The pillars of the George Floyd Memorial scholarship—service, leadership, and character—are the selection criteria for reviewing applications.The scholarship application provides applicants an opportunity to share their demonstration of the pillars as well as their commitment to their purpose and passion to help others.
The entire application process must be completed online. The application has three required components. All components must be completed in their entirety by the designated deadlines in order to be considered complete and eligible for consideration.
1. Application Deadline: 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday, December 20, 2020.
2. One recommendation form is required (must be completed by one individual who can speak to the applicant’s demonstration of and commitment to the pillars of the Floyd Scholarship). Deadline: 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday, December 20, 2020
How to Apply
Applicants must click here to access the online form. Please answer all the questions in their entirety. Your application will not be complete until we have received your recommendation letter.