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    Posted June 7, 2014 by

    Thomas Darby Accepts Stamps Leadership Scholarship to Morehouse


    Mr. Thomas L. Darby has chosen to enroll at Morehouse College as a Stamps Leadership Scholar. The value of the Stamps Leadership Scholarship for four years at Morehouse is worth up to approximately $186,000, including enrichment funds for international travel, research internships, and outdoor leadership experiences. Thomas was chosen for his leadership, scholarship, perseverance, service, and creativity.


    Thomas is the child of: Darmeta Bradley, case manager and registered nurse at Florida Hospital, and Thomas Darby Sr, assistant principal at Colbert Elementary.


    Thomas's recent activities and honors include: Graduating Cum laude from Apopka High School where he was Editor-In-Chief of the yearbook, and involved in Senior Class Council, Mu Alpha Theta, Rho Kappa, National Honor Society, Science Honor Society, English Honor Society, Beta Club, and the advanced Choir "viva voce".


    Thomas is graduating from Apopka High School and plans to study political science on a pre-law track. The Stamps Family Charitable Foundation partners with 41 visionary colleges and Universities to award multi-year scholarships that enable extraordinary educational experiences. Of approximately 600,000 applications reviewed for consideration in 2014, 188 were selected as Stamps Leadership Scholars--less than .033% of the applicant pool. The new recipients, whose combined Stamps awards are worth almost $28 million, join nearly 550 Stamps Leadership Scholars and alumni as beneficiaries of these generous merit awards.


    For more information, please contact:
    Mr. Randy McDow, Executive Director, PO Box 98374, Atlanta, GA 30359. Office: 678.399.3388
    randy@stampsfoundation.org, www.stampsfoundation.org, www.facebook.com/StampsFoundation


    Stamps Leadership Scholars are driven and talented individuals with proven leadership skills who are supported by multi-year awards to work toward their long-term goals. The 160 Stamps Scholar alumni include three Rhodes Scholars, two Fulbright Scholars, and a Marshall Scholar. They have earned or are pursuing graduate degrees at Harvard Business, Law, & Medical Schools, the Manhattan School of Music, MIT, Stanford, UC Berkeley, the University of Michigan, and Georgia Tech.

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