The Parker Foundation Underprivileged IT Scholarship

Information Technology (IT) certifications and education programs provide opportunities and credibility for underprivileged Americans seeking to start a career in the IT field. Being certified and educated by a reputable institution allows anyone to stand out from the crowd and be more likely to succeed in their positions.

Having IT, certifications have several benefits to include:

To make IT certifications, education, and the benefits that come with them available to all underprivileged Americans, the Parker Foundation is offering an IT scholarship.

Scholarship Amount
up to $2,500 scholarship (depending on the institution or course)
Eligible Recipients
High school graduates or current undergraduate students throughout the USA enrolled in an accredited university, junior college, trade school technology program, or an accredited IT certification course.
Scholarship Prompt
Students will write an essay of no less than 500 words on a topic of their choosing.
Other Scholarship Documentation
Income Tax statements showing the recipient, or the recipients’ parents (if younger than 21) earn less than U.S. poverty
guidelines of $26,500.
Scholarship Deadline
No deadline; applications are reviewed, and scholarships are awarded throughout the year.


Apply for the Parker Foundation IT Scholarship Today!