Lloyd Memorial High School

Youth Service Center

Young Entrepreneurs of Color Pitch Competition

The inaugural Young Entrepreneurs of Color Pitch Competition is designed to provide encouragement, financial investment, and mentorship that will support African American and Latinx high school students in building sustainable, scalable businesses. 

Entrepreneurs must be entering grades 10-12 or graduating this year. Entrepreneurs will attend six virtual master classes every Wednesday from 3:30 to 5:00 PM, July 7 through August 11, to learn how to create and execute scalable business concepts in a variety of industries. 

In September, entrepreneurs will compete to win scholarships and seed money for their business concepts. 

To register, please visit https://yeoc.eventbrite.com to register by May 31. 

For more information, call The Abercrumbie Group at 513.733.1555.

Job Opportunities!

Victorian at Riverside   
Personal Care assistant (Covington,
$12.50 to 13.50 (full-time)   
Apply in person only. No Phone Calls.   
702 Garrard St., Covington, KY 41011
8:30am to 11:30am and 12:30pm to 3:30pm

Senior-Summer Vista Positions. (see
attached flyer)o   
SuccessBound:Your First Healthcare Job   
May 12, 2021, 8am to 10 am.   Join them for the
virtual critical conversation with several groups of regional Healthcare
professionals, all who are interested in helping you land your first Healthcare job!

New Scholarship

Erlanger-Elsmere Teachers’ Association Scholarship (you do NOT have to be going into education to fill this out)

Deadline is next week, Friday, May 14th

Please fill out the following google form.  You will need your transcript from Mrs. Bird.


The Ronnie Brooks Memorial Scholarship Deadline has been extended to May 14th.

Application Requirements: 
Applicant is currently a Lloyd Memorial High School Senior with plans to attend college in the Fall of 2021
Applicant has plans for a career in education or public service (***you do not need to be going into these areas)
Applicant has maintained a GPA of 3.0 or higher
Applicant demonstrates commitment to making the world a better place through education or public service

Essay Question: “How has your education contributed to who you are today, and how do you plan to use your higher education to help create a better world?” Potential questions you may also cover in your essay:
From a financial standpoint, what impact would this scholarship have on your education?
What life experiences have contributed to your goals?

Directions to Apply:
Your essay should be no more than 1-2 pages (typed, 12 point font).
Your essay should be submitted with 1 letter of recommendation from someone who has worked with you in an academic or professional setting. 
Your school counselor should send verification of your grade point average. 
Please submit all items at one time in an email attachment to [email protected] should receive a response after your submission to verify that it was received. 

Currently no Lloyd students have applied for this scholarship.  The deadline has been extended to Thursday, May 6th.

Anthony Munoz $20,000 Scholarship Fund Scholarship

Application Process 
Students must apply for the Scholarship Fund
Eligibility Requirements 
Any high school senior attending a high school within AMF’s Area of Impact
Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 OR a minimum composite ACT score of 18
Students must have freshman standing by the fall of 2021 to an Eligible Tri-State College/University
Students must demonstrate a desire and intent to overcome adversity, financial need, high academic standing and a leadership role in the community
What Happens After Applications Close? 
If chosen, students will be required to interview with member(s) of the Anthony Muñoz Foundation Scholarship Fund selection committee
Finalists will be announced at the end of May and will attend the award ceremony at our Hall of Fame Dinner in June

For more information about the Scholarship Fund or to review further eligibility requirements, please visit munozfoundation.org/scholarship-fund/. If you have any questions or concerns, I can be reached at 513-772-4900 or at [email protected].

Northern Kentucky Building Inspectors Association (NKBIA) Student Scholarship
Deadline is May 31, 2021

Offered to a full-time student actively pursuing a code-related degree at an accredited institution of higher learning.
Scholarship Criteria: 
1. Entering his/her freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior year, and in good standing.
2. Be a current resident living in one of the following counties in the Commonwealth of Kentucky at the time of application:  Campbell, Kenton, Boone, Grant, Mason, Bracken, Pendleton, Owen, Carroll, or Gallatin.
3. Enrolled or enrolling full-time in an accredited institute of higher learning in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and in good standing with most recent school.
4. Working toward a bachelor’s or associate or advanced degree in a code related field of study such as, but not limited to:  Architecture, Engineering, Construction Technology, or Fire Science.
5. The intent of this award is to promote code related studies; the applicant does not have to be related to a person employed in the code enforcement field, but relatives should not be excluded.

EARLY IT Summer Camp

June 7-18

Free Virtual IT Camp for incoming Freshman to Seniors,

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From our EKU Rep:

EKU has decided to extend the deadline for their Merit Scholarships! To be considered, all students need to do is submit their application and turn in their transcripts. Yep — it’s that easy! As the School of Opportunity, we find pride in remaining focused on keeping EKU affordable for our students, . 
Scholarships are only available until funds run out so make sure they apply today!