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Kathern Snorton Scholarship

The L.E.A.D. Foundation, Inc. | Katherine Snorton Scholarship Program


Andrew SnortonProgram Director, The LEAD Foundation, Inc.Phone:  678-632-5323Email:

The L.E.A.D. Foundation, Inc. through its Katherine Snorton Scholarship Program, is providing funding opportunities for metro-Atlanta graduating high school seniors, college students, and professional students.  The applications are available via the foundation’s website of and clicking on the link for the Katherine Snorton Scholarship Program.


Named in memory of the grandmother of one of the board members, funding opportunities are available for Metro-area high school seniors, undergraduate students, and professional students.  Priority is given to potential first generation college students from emerging communities (i.e. African-American or Spanish speaking), but all are encouraged to apply.


High school seniors must attend a metro-Atlanta high school (public or private) and are scheduled to attend a 4-year, 2-year, trade, or technical school.  Undergraduates and professional students must be from a metro-Atlanta high school or attend a 4-year, 2-year, trade, or technical school located in the metro-Atlanta area.


Last year, through its scholarship program, nearly $12,000 is awarded to students.  A similar amount is expected for the upcoming year.


Applications must be post-marked by March, 1, 2013 in order to be considered.  Scholarship recipients are to be notified of their awards by the week of March 25th (2013).


For additional information, please refer to the foundation’s website of; you may also call 678-632-5323 for details.




Through its REEL Project, Alpha Leadership Program, College Prep Boot Camp, Spring Break College Tour, Math, Science, and Technology Summer Camp, Katherine Snorton Scholarship Program, and its Grown Folks Summit, the board members of the L.E.A.D. Foundation, Inc. combined with its volunteers, patrons, and supporters, provide year-round services for students in grades 6-12, as well as parents and others in the community.  Through these combined efforts, the foundation is able to realize its goal of developing tomorrow’s leaders…today.

Making Home Affordable



WHAT:          Congressman David Scott [GA-13], in partnership with the U.S. Departments of Treasury and Housing and Urban Development (HUD), will host the powerful two-day “Help for Homeowners Community Events.”  These events are free opportunities for homeowners to meet one-on-one with mortgage lenders and HUD-approved housing counselors for mortgage assistance.  


Please bring the following documents:

  • Monthly mortgage statement
  • Information about other mortgages on your home, if applicable
  • Two most recent pay stubs for all household members contributing toward mortgage
  • If self-employed, the most recent quarterly or year-to-date profit and loss statement and two years of tax returns
  • Documentation of income you receive from other sources (alimony, child support, social security, etc.)
  • Three  most recent bank statements
  • A utility bill showing homeowner name and property address
  • Unemployment insurance letter

For a complete list of participating banks, please visit  For more information, visit: or or call 1-888-995-HOPE (4673). 


WHEN:       Friday, June 17, 2011, 11:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.

                        Saturday, June 18, 2011, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 


WHERE:       Georgia International Convention Center (GICC)

2000 Convention Center Concourse, College Park, GA 30337

  •  On site parking is $3 per day. 
  • The GICC is available via the MARTA Airport station.  From the Airport station, please board the free ATL SkyTrain located across the street and proceed to the GICC SkyTrain station.  

Connect to Work

Urban League of Greater Atlanta...Celebrating 91 years of service to the greater Atlanta community in 2011!

Did you know that you can have an exciting career in the Call Center Customer Service industry and get trained and helped with job placement for Free? If you are 18-24 years of age and you have a high school diploma or GED, you may be eligible for the Urban League of Greater Atlanta’s Connect to Work: Call Center Customer Service Training Program.

The program is funded by the Georgia Department of Labor and you are encouraged to apply! Space is limited so go on-line and apply today by visiting the Urban League’s website: TODAY!    

Join our “I am empowered” campaign and pledge to be a part of the betterment of our communities and our nation by visiting today! Join the Urban League of Greater Atlanta Movement by becoming a donor, member or volunteer today by visiting our website:! We value your support and partnership!!


Urban League of Greater Atlanta…..Empowering Communities...Changing Lives!


"How far you go in life depends on you being tender to the young,compassionate with the aged,sympathetic with the striving,and tolerant of the weak and the strong--because someday you will have been all these." -George Washington Carver

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