Scholarships, Internships and Job Opportunities

Largo Community Church is delighted to provide a new Educational and Career Opportunities web page designed to benefit the lives of our student members. This web page is a centralized location for posting opportunities open to all students to further explore and apply.  Some scholarships and internship opportunities are available to students currently enrolled in, or entering institutions of higher education in the fall semester. In those cases students may be required to meet academic, community service and other specified requirements for the internship and scholarship that best fits their interest. As the deadline date approaches for each opportunity it will disappear from the web page so pay close attention to those dates and apply EARLY. Direct questions regarding the opportunity to the organization or individual(s) offering. Direct question about the web page to the Youth Department Head.

Select on the title below for detail information regarding the listings (deadline included);

The Stephanie Jones Tubbs Summer Internship Program prepares young women to become informed decision-makers and influential leaders who shape our world through an annual summer internship working in the U.S. Congress. Presented in collaboration with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF), this intensive nine-week program offers the opportunity for college students to learn about the legislative process, leadership, and careers in policymaking. Interns work In Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) member offices, attend professional development events, participate in leadership development projects, and attend select programs and events sponsored by DREF. The internship includes a $3,000 stipend, room and board at a local university, and the potential to receive academic credit at their college or university for participating in the program. The application deadline is March 23, 2020. For information and to apply, go to


The Eula Dean Roby Scholarship is awarded to high school graduating seniors or students currently enrolled in a college or university. Applicants for the Roby Scholarship MUST major in education. The application deadline is March 23, 2020. For information and to apply, go to


The Mentoring Keys Scholarship, offered by DREF and generously funded by the KeyBank Foundation, is open to African American students pursuing a bachelor's degree in business-related disciplines at a Historically Black College or University (HBCU). The scholarship award of $5,000 will be made over a two-year period, beginning with the junior year of study, through the senior year. Applicants must apply during their sophomore year. In addition to being recognized as a sophomore in good standing and majoring in a business-related field at an HBCU, applicants must possess a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, have permanent residency in a KeyBank service area: Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Utah, Vermont, and Washington. Recipients must also maintain an ongoing, regular check-in with the Mentoring Keys Advisory Panel during their junior and senior years. The application deadline is March 23, 2020. For information and to apply, go to


The Oleta L. Crain Scholarship is awarded to female students who reside in Colorado, Oklahoma, or Missouri, are graduating from high school and will enroll at a Historically Black College or University (HBCU). The application deadline is March 23, 2020. For information and to apply, go to


The Ruby Dee Legacy of Sisterhood Endowed Scholarship is a $1,000 merit-based scholarship awarded annually to a deserving African American female student  who is either a junior or senior undergraduate student, or a graduate student majoring in English, Literature, Drama, Art, Music, African  American Studies, Communications, Education Fine Arts, Performing Arts, or Visual Arts. Applicants must currently attend an accredited college or university on a full-time basis; be enrolled as either a junior, senior, or a graduate student; have a Grade Point Average of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale; be actively pursuing   a Humanities degree at the undergraduate or graduate level; demonstrate community service and leadership skills (clearly reflected in recommendation letters), and have permanent residency (home address) in a state that is part of     the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority's identified Southern Region or Eastern Region. Preference will be given to applicants from Georgia and New York. The application deadline is May 1, 2020For information and to apply, go to

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New Bob Parsons Scholarship Fund Supports UB Scholarships for Transfer Students, Veterans

February 24, 2020
Contact: Office of Government and Public Affairs
Phone: 410.837.5739

The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation will fund scholarships for hundreds of full-time University of Baltimore students who transfer to UB primarily from community colleges, including current or former members of the military. These need-based scholarships, totaling up to $5 million over five years, will help students close the financial gap between their federal Pell Grants and the cost of tuition and fees for their final two years of undergraduate education. 

Bob Parsons—a Baltimore native, UB alumnus and Marine Corps Vietnam War veteran—has been a strong supporter of his alma mater and The Bob Parsons Scholarship Fund is the single largest donation to a scholarship program in the history of the University of Baltimore. This recent gift brings Parsons' total support to the University to more than $7 million since 2013. 

"A college degree is a game changer. It opens the door to more career opportunities, higher paying jobs and a happier life," said Parsons. "I'm establishing this scholarship fund to help low-income students acquire a first-class college education and build a brighter future for themselves, their families and the city of Baltimore."

UB is known as an institution with both high employment rates and robust salaries for its graduates. The Bob Parsons Scholarship Fund will significantly reduce the financial burden that many students experience as they begin their careers, degree in hand.

"The Bob Parsons Scholarship Fund is a huge investment in our students, and our University," said UB President Kurt L. Schmoke. "For students to have a financial plan in hand as they work towards getting their diploma lifts a huge weight off their shoulders. These scholarships will be a breakthrough for many deserving students."

Eligible students may qualify for a Bob Parsons Scholarship if they meet the following criteria:

1. Eligible for the Pell Grant (as determined by the FAFSA)

2. Enrolled full-time at the University of Baltimore (12+ credit hours)

3. Earning his/her first bachelor's degree

4. Meet the requirements to qualify for Maryland in-state tuition rates 

5. Transferring to UB having earned an associate's degree, or transferring to UB with  active-duty military, veterans, Maryland National Guard or reservists status, with any combination of 60+ college credits from a recognized, accredited institution

The scholarships will be available beginning in fall 2020. Learn more about The Bob Parsons Scholarship Fund.

The University of Baltimore is a member of the University System of Maryland and comprises the College of Public Affairs, the Merrick School of Business, the UB School of Law and the Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences.