Jewels Mentee Requirements
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BECOMING A JEWELS FOUNDATION MENTEE
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If you are interested in becoming a Jewels Foundation Mentee please review our requirements below: If you meet our eligibility criteria, please request an application; or if you are unsure whether or not you are eligible for services, contact us at: or call us at (754) 551-5459.
The specific criteria used by Jewels Foundation Inc. to determine student eligibility is as follows:
Student must be between the ages of 10 yrs – 18 yrs.
Enrolled in a educational institution in Broward County or Indian River County, FL
Submit Jewels Mentee Admissions Application
Student Must submit a copy of a current progress report
Student must be an upcoming high school graduate
Must be enrolled in a educational institution in Broward County or Indian River, FL
Must submit Jewels Scholarship Admission Application by DATE ___________(Closed)
Student must submit an essay 100 words or more why they should be the selected recipient of the Jewels Foundation grant/scholarship(s)
Submit two (2) Letters of Recommendation; one from a teacher (NO relatives)
Student Must submit a copy of a current progress report card
It is the Foundation’s rules Directors, Board Members, Members of the Scholarship Selection Committee, or substantial contributors to Jewels Foundation
Scholarship Fund or their family members are NOT eligible to receive awards from the foundation
Students must apply to join the Mentoring Program. If you are interested in applying, please click on the link below to download a printable Application
Please call, write or email us for an application or if you need additional information
Phone: (754) 551-5459
Address: P.O Box 590274 - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33359
Please note, acceptance in the mentor program is at the discretion of the coordinator of the mentor program.
Jewels Foundation admits students of any race, religion, color, or national or ethnic origin to all of the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to recipients. Jewels Foundation does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, color, or national or ethnic origin in the admission of its program policies, admissions policies, financial aid, athletic and other organization administered programs.
~Jewels Foundation Board~
Jewels Graduates Corner
I thank you for the uncommon zeal you have demonstrated towards the Jewels Program, your studies, and even among yourselves. In the history of this era, you have witnessed social distancing, virtual learning, bullying, violence and all sort of unwholesome activities that emanated as a result of unrighteous actions. You leave behind a remarkable legacy for the current and incoming mentees to follow.
Jewels Jems expect that some challenges await you, which of course, I strongly believe going by your antecedents and the manner you have conducted yourselves over the years and the skills and knowledge we have imparted in you, you will surely overcome them.
Jems, I implore you to always see yourselves as good ambassadors of this program and never allow selfish interest to blemish the integrity you have nurtured over the years in this great program. Be kind and good to people you meet on your way up. Allow the words of God to guide you as you journey to greatness. Think big thoughts and be optimistic in whatever you are doing.
On behalf of the Jewels Team, I bid you farewell and wish you the best of success in your endeavors.
May God bless you all! ~L. Juliet Ashbourne, President
Jewels Jems despite some hard tasks, sadness and grief that you may have encountered in the course of your high school years, at the end of it all, you completed this part of your journey with great achievements and lasting memories. Being firm with you at times, was to prepare you for the greater challenges ahead, and to nurture you to build a strong foundation for your next level. Under my guidance, you have attained this impressive milestone in your life with great honor and integrity.
Today, I am honored to say, I am proud of your many achievements over the years, your various accomplishments in almost all curriculum and extra curriculum activities. Your memories will forever remain in my heart.