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Our Board Members

Miss Alice Mckinney
(Educator & Entreprenuer)

Vice President:
Mr. Eldridge Manley
(Information Specialist)

Minister Betty Huff

Miss Alice Mckinney
(Educator & Entreprenuer)

Scholarship Applications

Download Application

Complete and Mail to
DMP Scholarship Award 
P.O. Box 311379 
Houston, TX 77231

Or Scan to Email: scholarships@jitfoundation.org

Complete Online Application
After completing the online Scholarship Application check your email you will have a copy of your submission.

Scholarship Applicants are required to have 3 personal rating forms submitted for their application.

Award will be sent directly to the institution of choice.

Personal Rating Form
For use by teacher, counselor, or community leader.

Domio/McKinney & Pruitt Scholarship Award

The Just In Time Foundation (JIT) promotes educating young people in academic excellence who live in the Houston zip code areas of 77021 & 77051. We would like to aid these students in obtaining a postsecondary education.

The goal of the scholarship program is to provide assistance to outstanding students who plan to continue their education.

Applicants for the $1000.00 up to $2500.00 scholarship must plan to enroll as a full time student in an accredited institution of higher learning for the fall semester of 2018 and the spring semester of 2019. At the beginning of each semester, recipients must submit proof of enrollment of at least 12 credit hours. The student will receive one-half of the proceeds at the beginning of the first semester and the remaining one-half at the beginning of the second semester, with proof of maintaining a 2.0 GPA or higher in the first semester and proof of enrollment for 12 credit hours for the second semester.

Applications must be received no later than Monday, April 29, 2019.

Questions? Please contact us with the following:
Email: scholarships@jitfoundation.org
Phone: 713-726-1974, .

Eligibility Criteria

  • Student must be a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen. 
  • Student must be enrolled in a public high school located in the Southeast part of Houston. Currently, zip code areas 77021 or 77051. 
  • Student must have applied to an accredited college or university as a full-time student (minimum 12 credit hours per term) and must be accepted at the accredited college or university before the scholarship will be awarded. 
  • Strength of Character-as evidenced by: service to school and community; letters of recommendation; personal essay; and interview. 
  • Strong Scholastic Ability-an ACT or SAT score and GPA that will allow the student to be accepted in an institution of higher learning.

Application Deadline

Applications will be accepted beginning Monday, April 1, 2019.
Applications must be received no later than Monday, April 29, 2019 to be considered for an award.

Notification of Winners

Scholarship recipients will be notified by Monday, May 20, 2019.


All documents must be included for submission to be accepted.
  • ( ) Completed Application Form 
  • ( ) Official high school transcript of all high schools attended through 6th semester (end of junior year) 
  • ( ) Copy of SAT or ACT scores 
  • ( ) One page personal essay 
  • ( ) Three completed personal rating forms
Email the completed application by scanning it to: scholarships@jitfoundation.org (preferred), or

Mail directly to:

DMP Scholarship Award
P.O. Box 311379
Houston, TX 77231

For questions, we prefer you email scholarships@jitfoundation.org.
You can leave us a message at 713-726-1974, but email is the preferred communication.

Decision Making Process

The Scholarship Committee will convene and review all applications. After winners have been determined, the Committee will contact all applicants by Monday, May 20, 2019 to notify them of their status. Award will be sent directly to the institution of choice.

Assurance of Nondiscrimination

The Domio/Mckinney & Pruitt Scholarship Award assures that no student shall be denied the right to participate in programs because of the student's race, religion, color, sex, national origin, or disability. DPM complies with the nondiscrimination requirements of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as amended, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, dealing with rights of students with disabilities.
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