Black Education / Schools : Potential Class of 2007 -- John B. Ervin Scholars for WUSTL

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  1. ct123

    ct123 Member MEMBER

    Jun 29, 2006
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    My son is a John B. Ervin Scholar. As a Scholar of the program, he is currently providing recommendations of potential "John B. Ervin" candidates for the Class of 2007. This Fall('06), 50 students were selected to be "John B. Ervin's Scholar.

    The Ervin Scholars Program is competitive; awards are based on academic achievement, leadership, and service. They encourage students to apply who are U.S. citizens, who have challenged themselves and excelled academically, who have demonstrated leadership, who have engaged in or shown a commitment to community service, who can demonstrate their commitment to bringing diverse people together (as, for example, by
    having been involved in diversity initiatives in their schools or communities), who have demonstrated a commitment to serving historically underprivileged populations, and/or who can demonstrate achievement and determination in the face of personal challenges. Ervin Scholars should embody the spirit of John Ervin and continue his legacy in the Washington University community.

    If you have someone that you would like to be consider as a potential candidate, please email the name(s) to Ronald Herd at: [email protected] with the following information: name, address, telephone number and area of interest, gpa (must be at least a 3.5 or above and strong all around.)

    Please click the URL below for additional information on the John B. Ervin Scholars program: