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TAHRA Scholarships

Freshman Scholarship - Deadline April 1st

Elevate your future with the TAHRA Scholarship Program! This dynamic initiative provides funds for exceptional students in public housing programs, including Section 8. Recognizing academic merit, special talents, and need, TAHRA opens doors without any bias-making dreams a reality. Join forces with the SERC-NAHRO scholarship program for a journey toward success!

Freshman Scholarship Application

Adult Scholarship - Deadline April 1st

Unlock opportunities with the TAHRA Scholarship Program! Designed for exceptional adults in public housing programs, it judges applicants based on recommendations, resume, and a personal statement. Awards are granted without bias, fostering diversity. Partnering with SERC-NAHRO, this program is your ticket to a brighter future!

Adult Scholarship Application

NAHRO Merit College Scholarship/NAHRO-LDG Scholars Program - Deadline - Contact Regional Representative

  • Three (3) $12,000 scholarships over four years to assist with tuition and fees which will also include:
  • $3,000 a year for up to three years, as a summer internship stipend
  • Networking opportunities with business and community leaders 

PHADA Scholarship Programs - Deadline - January Annually

Three scholarships will be awarded:

Stephen J. Bollinger Memorial Scholarship ($7,000) will be awarded at the PHADA Annual Convention and Exhibition. The winner will also receive a trip for him/herself and one parent/guardian to attend the convention.

Freedom & Civil Rights Scholarship ($5,000) - Students must submit a personal essay (350-500 words) demonstrating their efforts and achievements in furthering the values of the civil rights movement. Explain why the cause is still relevant in communities today and how they relate to your educational goals. Include any relevant volunteer experiences and community involvement activities relating to advancing the cause of civil rights.

Nan McKay Pathway to Achievement Scholarship ($5,000) - The scholarships will be awarded by the Public Housing Authorities Directors Association (PHADA) which is an organization of 1900 housing authorities across the United States. PHADA also serves as an advocate before the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on a variety of regulations governing public housing nationwide.

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