Announcing North Long Beach Education Fund Scholarships for Jordan High School

I'm proud to announce, in partnership with LBUSD Board Vice President, Megan Kerr, the launch of the Allen Alevy Student Empowerment Scholarship Program! The scholarship program was made possible by a generous donation from the Alevy family to the North Long Beach Education Fund. 

The “Allen Alevy Student Empowerment Scholarships” will recognize upcoming high school graduates for their scholastic achievements, aptitude for leadership, and their pursuit of higher education.

College bound Jordan High School seniors will be eligible to receive scholarship awards, ranging in amounts of $500 to $1,000. Three categories of scholarships will be available in order to promote diversity in higher learning, while also acknowledging the various contributions North Long Beach youth have to offer. These categories include:

  1. The Future Entrepreneurs Award for students interested in the pursuit of business-related studies or real estate
  2. The Community Leaders Award for those who are committed to service and volunteer work in their local neighborhoods
  3. The My Brother’s Keeper Award for university-bound, young men of color who have overcome adversity

Mr. Allen Alevy is the founder of Westland Real Estate Group based in Long Beach.  Westland develops, redevelops, and manages an extensive, real estate portfolio with properties throughout the Southwestern United States including Las Vegas, Southern California, and Texas. One of their core values is the belief that a property’s inherent potential is very much dependent on the strength of the community that surrounds it.

Application Deadline: Friday, May 12th

Application can be found by clicking here.
Please return completed applications to Lamarr Biffle at lbiffle@lbschools.net or at the ASB office at Jordan High School, Room 351. 


For more information on eligibility and how to apply, contact Lamarr Biffle at (562) 423-1471 Ext. 2152, or LBiffle@lbschools.net.  
For more information on the North Long Beach Education Fund, visit www.nlbeducation.com.

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