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UNF college information...AND SAT/ACT TEST PREP


UNF is preparing to return to normal, pre-COVID campus operations starting in the Fall 2021 term. 

Pre-COVID campus operations planning includes: 

  • Majority face-to-face courses 
  • Small in-person class sizes and personalized attention 
  • Return to an active, community-involved campus experience 
  • More opportunities to enjoy our fun, vibrant and beautiful campus.  

    Compared to schools with much larger populations, UNF's campus size provides the opportunity to return to a more normal daily life while still minimizing potential health risks. With that said, the campus community will continue to follow CDC guidelines and may still require health screening, mask-wearing and quarantining when necessary.  

ACT On-Campus at UNF  

UNF is excited to begin offering the ACT On-Campus test (formerly ACT Residual). The ACT On-Campus test is a convenient, on-campus testing option available to students who have been unable to test on an ACT National Testing date. Check out our ACT On-Campus website for more information and to register!  

Spring events 

Registration is open for our on-campus and virtual spring events and tours! Please tell interested students to register online.  


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Monday, March 1, 2021

The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) has been helping students access college and beyond since 1944.  In a few weeks, the Jacksonville Chapter of UNCF Leadership Council will be kicking off events to celebrate UNCF Week.  Tuesday, March 9th at 6pm-7:30pm UNCF will host a virtual scholarship forum titled:  Get That Money:  Practical Tips to Secure Scholarships.

They’re inviting all high school students and parents to participate in this event.  DJ TeeRoy from 93.3 The Beat will be the host.  There will be prizes given throughout the event.  To encourage your participation, the school with the most students present on the night of the event will receive special recognition and prize, presented by the UNCF Council President.

The presenters for the event will share up-to-date information about the availability of scholarship dollars, how to apply, and how to access monies before/after you enter college.  Don’t miss out!

The flyer is below.  Please encourage your students to attend. 

UNCF is also spotlighting the Kings and Queens of each high school.  Please email the name of a point of contact to Dr. Pamela Davis – .  She will work with your team member to send invitations for your King and Queen to participate.

Direct any questions about the event to Dr. Davis – UNCF Leadership Council Member.


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Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Glide Path to Flight Scholarship

Glide Path to Flight Scholarship

Program Overview:


For general information about the company, visit (students can also sign up to receive additional scholarship info via the website)

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

 Hi WOW Champion!


WOWsdom! LIVE kicks off on February 18th at 5 P.M. EST and your girls are invited to chat with a very special guest; Olympic gold medalist, six-time WNBA All-Star, two-time WNBA champion and a current Manager of Player Relations & for the WNBATaj McWilliams-Franklin


Taj will share her amazing life journey, from finding her dream on the basketball court, even when it seemed like her family didn’t share her vision, to being an executive at the WNBA. Girls get exclusive, inside access to meet and get to know Taj, ask questions, and discover how they too can become a champion in their own life. 

WOWsdom! LIVE is about girls, grades 7-12,  coming together to share their dreams, their
 voices and the super power of connection to a powerhouse group of women, celebrities, athletes and executives, who will help them find their best selves! After all, that is what being a WOW girl is all about. 

Please share as appropriate and have the girls use this link to register for WOWsdom! LIVE.  It’s going to be awesome!  FEBRUARY 18th at 5 P.M. EST 


Be Brilliant!


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Thursday, February 11, 2021

 The May Week & Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce that our 2021 scholarship applications are now available.


Interested graduating seniors from Duval County public, private and charter high schools may access the electronic application forms for our 2021 academic, leadership and literary scholarship offerings via the following JotForm links:


Academic Scholarship


Leadership Scholarship


Literary Scholarship


The application links will also be posted on the Chapter's website.


Scholarship applications and all required supporting documentation must be submitted by no later than Friday, March 26, 2021. For further information, please see the application forms or contact us at .


Monday, February 8, 2021


There's less than two weeks left for the the 2021 Atkins Foundation Scholarship, but they are still accepting applications from graduating Florida seniors this year.
This scholarship, established by the Atkins Educational Foundation, is open to first-generation female college students, who will be attending a 4-year, public in-state college or university in Florida.

They are looking for female students who:

  • are Florida residents
  • have a 2.75 GPA (or higher)
  • are first-generation college students
  • currently applying to a 4-year, public in-state university
Award amount: Varies
Deadline for applications is on 
February 14, 2021. (11 days left)

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 It is that time of year again when FEMA is recruiting young leaders for our national Youth Preparedness Council (YPC)! Students in 8th through 11th grade from communities across the Southeast may now apply for FEMA’s national YPC. The Council provides an opportunity for young leaders to share their perspectives, feedback and opinions related to disaster preparedness with FEMA and grow their leadership skills.

Interested teens may apply online at Youth who apply must submit a completed written or video application, two letters of recommendation, academic records, and a list of extracurricular activities. All applications and supporting materials must be received no later than 11:59 p.m. PST, on March 7. Students who apply for the national YPC also will be considered for Region IV’s YPC.


We need your help in promoting the application period! Attached is the press release with more information, along with an application promotion toolkit with sample social media posts, messages for parents and educators, and more. We hope you will share this information with your stakeholders.


Please let me know if you have any questions!


Lisa Janak Newman | Regional Preparedness Liaison

Fors Marsh Group | Contractor

404-490-3516 |

Individual and Community Preparedness | FEMA Region IV

3005 Chamblee-Tucker Rd., Atlanta, GA 30341