JDot Media Presents
Judith Cross Memorial Scholarship
Who is she?
Judith ``Judy`` Cross was a phenomenal woman. She spent more than 13 years in the Army National Guard serving her country. She understood the importance of education and some how through the trials and triumphs, made a way for her only son (Dana White) to do the same.
Not only is the scholarship dedicated to her memory, our name and logo represents her as well. Her legacy lives on through us and she will never be forgotten.
We believe in the importance of education!
JDot Media believes in the value of higher education and is committed to helping students achieve their academic goals. We are giving a portion of our profits from the services provided by JDot Media towards the Judith Cross scholarship fund. Judy believed in the importance of education so we would like to pay it forward to a couple of special students in her honor.
Are you a student or know a student?
We are currently giving two $500 – $1,000 scholarship to students each year. Applications are accepted starting 9 May – 1 August.
- Applicants (2017)
- Estimated Applicants (2018)
“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.”
– Harriet Tubman
Who – Students ages 14-18 years old, currently enrolled full time in High School.
What – $500 – $1,000 savings bond (Savings bond in student’s name)
When – Accepting applications 9 May – 1 Aug
Where – Student must be a Florida resident, USA
Enrollment – begins on 9 May / ends 1 Aug
Applications – Download applications via the website
(documents will be available 9 May)
Scholarship will be awarded on 31 August.
(Winner will be announced on JDotMedia.com)
– Be enrolled in a state of Florida high school
– Minimum GPA above 3.0
– Submit application before deadline
– Submit most current report card
– Ages of applicant should between 14 – 18
– Must be a Florida resident
Savings bond information:
EE Savings Bonds must be at least 1 year old before they are eligible for cash-in.
There is a 3 month penalty for cashing in an EE Bond before it is five years old. For example, if you buy a bond and redeem it (2 years) 24 months later, you’ll get back your original investment and 21 months of interest. The value of the bonds would be based on the announced rates applied over the initial 21-month period.