All Achievers Awards
the Twenty-fifth (25th) Annual All Achievers Awards
will be held may 26th, 2019
The All Achievers Awards Program is in its 25th year of providing scholarships for Seattle area youth
22nd Award event Keynote Speaker (2016)
The Breakfast Group will sponsor its Twenty-fifth Annual “All Achievers Awards Ceremony” on Sunday, May 26th, 2019 at The Northwest African American Museum in Seattle from 2:30 to 4:30 pm. Please follow us on social media or check back at this page for updated information on this year's event. In the past we have honored approximately 85 predominantly African-American high school students who made meaningful improvements and achievements in both their academic and community lives.
We continue to focus on students who are at a critical junction, at which they have demonstrated sound judgment and commendable progress. Each year this program awards scholarships to “at risk” youth who have overcome obstacles to excel in school and the community. Students honored are nominated by their school counselors for demonstrating positive change, and each have made significant progress during the 2017-2018 school year in the areas of: academic excellence, extracurricular activities, community/civic involvement, and leadership experience.
Scholarships are awarded to graduating Project M.I.S.T.E.R.™ students, as well as other students attending various high school campuses in the greater Seattle area. These students have all made significant progress toward achieving their full potential. It is these tenacious young men whom The Breakfast Group recognizes, empowers, and encourages to continue on the path they have chosen.
Various awards, scholarships, gifts, and other forms of recognition are presented to all nominees selected. Each of the 16 high schools in the Seattle School District has a plaque prominently displayed bearing the names of the students selected from their respective school. The most important aspect of this program is to encourage college enrollment by offering tuition scholarships and book stipends. During the current school year we are supporting twelve students with $1000 scholarships, nine students with $500 scholarships, and numerous additional students with book stipends of up to $250 per student.
During the 25 years of hosting this event, The Breakfast Group has awarded more than $519,000 in scholarships and stipends, and has impacted the lives of more than 1,900 students.
All Achievers Sponsors Include:
Casey Family Programs
King County Sheriff’s Department
Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
Pepsi Cola Company
Turner Construction Co.
Washington Education Association
Platinum Level Sponsor
23rd Annual All Achievers Awards
Special Awards and Scholarships (2017)
Andy Luo, Cleveland High School
OUTSTANDING SCHOOL LEADERSHIP:
Jaelyn Collie, Rainier Beach High School
OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY/CHURCH SERVICE:
Alvon Brown, Roosevelt High School
Aaron Mulugeta, Garfield High School
4 YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS -$1,000
Jaedyn Collie Langston University
Jean Marion Sumner Western Washington University
Jelani Howard Central Washington University
Joshua David Seattle Central College
J’Von Kelly South Seattle College
Marvin Kasim Highline College
Pedro Reynaga South Seattle College
Ruchelle Gilbert College TBD
Thomas Mebrata University of Washington
Tresean Levias Xavier University—Louisiana
2 YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS - $500
Alvon Brown Oregon State University
Andy Luo University of Washington
Aaron Mulugeta Washington State University
Danny Truong University of Washington
Awal Ibrahim University of Washington
D’Von Fields St. Johns University
Ethan Martinez North Seattle College
Hermon Rusom University of Washington—Bothell
Idris Abdi-Alim University of Washington—Bothell
Kassim Kassim, Cleveland High School
Ayub Abdi, Garfield High School
“POWER OF PERSEVERANCE” SCHOLARSHIPS (Sponsored by King County Sheriff’s Department)
Students and Counselors
If you are a student interested in applying for an All Achievers Award or a Community Member or Counselor interested in recommending a student for an Award please visit the appropriate page linked below.