The Briddell Family Foundation has a mission to help students reach a level of success that will aid them in their academic careers and beyond. One way in which we support that mission is through our scholarships programs.
The application deadline is November 15. Applications are accepted via email to BriddellScholarship@gmail.com. or by mail to our Landover Office:
Attn: Briddell Scholarship Committee
2402 Virginia Ave. Ste #104
Landover, MD 20785
The Scholarships are administered by The Briddell Family Foundation which establishes award criteria and has sole authority for selecting recipients.
The George & Martha Briddell Legacy Scholarship was established in 2001. The purpose of the Scholarship is to assist descendants of George and Martha Briddell as they further their education. The award is based on financial need, academic achievement, demonstrated leadership skills, and community service.
With a firm belief in God first, family second and community third the Community Scholarship was established in 2021. The scholarship will be awarded to a student pursuing full-time enrollment in a college, university or technical school. The award is based on financial need, academic achievement, demonstrated leadership skills, and community service.
How do I apply
You must complete and submit the scholarship application and required documents along with a current transcript of grades to the Briddell Family Foundation. Applications may be submitted by email or mailed to our Landover office. All applicants should review the scholarship criteria and application process links for a complete list of requirements and procedures.
Applications must be received by September 30.
Decisions on the award recipients will be made in accordance with the guidelines and bylaws of the Foundation, once all applications have been received and reviewed. If you are awarded a scholarship you will be notified as indicated in the application process.
Submission of an application does not guarantee a scholarship award.
The following scholarship resources will guide your scholarship process:
* Scholarship Criteria
* Applicaton Process
* Frequently asked Questions
The George & Martha Briddell Scholarships are administered by the Briddell Family Foundation.
Scholarship recipients are selected based on academic record, potential to succeed, leadership and participation in school and community activities, honors, work experience, a statement of educational and career goals, and an outside appraisal. Recipients who do not meet the criteria or that choose not to supply the requested information will be ineligible to receive a scholarship award.
Eligibility & Payment
Who is eligible?
High school seniors, graduates or current college students who plan to enroll, or are already enrolled, in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited two- or four-year college, university or vocational / technical school.
Legacy Scholarship - A dependent child (including an adopted or stepchild) of a direct descendent of George and Martha Briddell.
Community Scholarship - Open to legal residents of the United States and its territories.
How are awards paid?
Scholarship payments will be processed by the Briddell Family Foundation by December 1st.
Scholarship awards will be sent directly to the university or institution A copy of the award notification will also be sent to the recipient. All decisions are final and done in accordance with Briddell Family Foundation rules and guidelines.
The Briddell Family Foundation is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal information. This includes the collection, storage, use, access and disposal of all student information and data obtained through the application process. This data will only be used for reviewing applications and selecting recipients and never for commercial purposes.
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