Scholarships We Offer

See below for more information about the following:


The Ragins/Braswell National Scholarship

The Scholarship Workshop presentation and online classes offered through this web site are not only a tremendous learning experience but they are also an opportunity for students to win a scholarship sponsored by Marianne Ragins. All registered participants of The Scholarship Workshop presentation or an online class (includes teleseminars and web classes) are eligible to apply for The Ragins/Braswell National Scholarship (RBNS). The scholarship is available to students of all ages and backgrounds. See this page for deadlines, eligibility requirements and obtaining an application.


“Leading the Future II” Scholarship

The “Leading the Future II” Scholarship is designed to elevate students’ consciousness about their future and their role in helping others once they receive a college degree and become established in a community. See this page for deadlines, eligibility requirements and obtaining an application.


2018-2019 Scholarship Recipients

“Leading the Future II” Scholarship

  • $200.00 Cindorra Tillman – Georgia College and State University

The Ragins/Braswell National Scholarship

  • $300.00 Hunter Wealot – Middle Georgia State University

The Scholarship Workshop Recognition Award

  • $150.00 Angel Ramirez – Knox College

2017-2018 Scholarship Recipients

“Leading the Future II” Scholarship

  • $200.00 Erinn Aulfinger – The Ohio State University

The Ragins/Braswell National Scholarship

  • $300.00 Anthony Anderson – Kennesaw State University

2016-2017 Scholarship Recipients

“Leading the Future II” Scholarship

  • $250.00 Virginia Sun – University of Richmond  
  • $250.00 Christina Hill – Central Michigan University

The Ragins/Braswell National Scholarship

  • $300.00 Javonte Brown – Virginia State University

2019-2020 Scholarship Recipients

“Leading the Future II” Scholarship

$200.00 – Mariah Smith – Michigan State University  –  Mariah also won a Rosa Parks Scholarship; Myers and Lous Scholarship; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship; Sigmund Scholarship; and a Ambassador Corporate Scholarship.

$200.00 – Priscilla Arinze – University of Texas at Dallas – Priscilla also won a $2500 Houston Livestock Rodeo Opportunity Scholarship

The Ragins/Braswell National Scholarship & Workshop Recognition Awards

$250.00 – Stefany Villanueva La Torre – George Mason University – Stephanie also won a Pursuit of Excellence Mid-Atlantic Scholarship; Dream Project Scholarship; and a Justice High School Foundation Scholarship.

$150.00 – Dianell Vega – Knox College – Dianell also won a CVS Health Foundation Scholarship

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