African American students who are concerned about how to pay for their college education will need to know how to find scholarship opportunities to assist them. This guide includes information on specific scholarships, places where students can find grants and how to apply for federal and state financial aid.
This is an educational financial assistance for NBDA members and non-members. The Dr. Glenn B. Anderson Scholarship is funded through the generosity of individual donors, corporate donors and fundraising. Scholarship can only be available to distribute depending on the available funds.
NBDA's Youth Empowerment Summit (Y.E.S!) Program prepares and provides tools for Black Deaf and hard of hearing youths age 13 to 17 years old to become future leaders and advocates through leadership training & mentoring, skill building activities, educational workshops & forums, interaction with Black Deaf adult role models & professionals, and educational field trips.