Scholarship up to $1,500 - $5,000 one-time award
This award has been established in order to increase educational opportunities for young men to reduce the cost of post-secondary education. This specific scholarship was created in honor of the late Evan Pittman; a brother, son, community-leader and activist that promoted education and self-awareness to young men. This scholarship is open to Baltimore City/County high school male seniors only.
Scholarship up to $1,000 - $1,250 one-time award
This specific scholarship was created in honor of the late Robert Williams, Sr.; a brother dedicated to the service and commitment of his organization Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. This scholarship is open to Baltimore City/ County male high school seniors that demonstrate financial need, and are involved within their community.
Scholarship up to $1000 one-time award
This scholarship was created in honor of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc. This scholarship is open to all high school seniors that demonstrate financial need, and has shown perseverance to academic success.
Scholarship up to $250-$500 one-time award
This scholarship is open to all high school seniors that demonstrates financial need.
"The Rob Williams Sr. award is a great honor. However, I accept this award as a symbol that no day is promised. Big Brother Rob made me laugh more times than I can count. His passing showed me that even great men will fall when the Lord calls them home. With this award I will carry the torch, by doing all that is asked of myself to assist this great organization to continue to prosper. Lastly, thank you Big Brother Rob for all you have done and entrusting myself along with our brothers to on your legacy. . . ."
"Receiving my two scholarships from the Gamma Omicron Omega Scholarship Foundation meant a lot to me. It is nice to be recognized for the little things that I do that benefit myself and my community and other young people who Aspire to be something great. The Scholarships will help me pay for my books that I will need for college. I would like to thank Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc., and GOOSF for recognizing me."
“I remember the feeling that I had when I found out that I would be the very first recipient of the Evan Pittman Legacy Academic Excellence Scholarship Award by the Gamma Omicron Omega Scholarship Foundation. I knew that my fraternity heavily emphasized the scholarship principle, and I hold myself to a high academic standard accordingly… Since receiving this scholarship, I have been able to have the necessary funds and motivation to continue to take classes at Morgan State University as a Computer Science major. I currently have a 3.5 GPA and have accepted a job offer with JPMorgan Chase & Company as a software engineer! I know the value of hard work and dedication, but I also know that financial assistance is another piece of the formula to success. I truly thank my fraternity for giving me the support needed to accomplish my dream of becoming a software engineer upon graduation.”