Scholarship Committee


2016 Continuing Education Honorees

2016 High School Honorees

2016 Richard Holmes Community Service Honoree 

2016 Inaugural Technical/Vocational Honorees 

2015 Continuing Education Honorees

2015 High School Honorees


Scholarship Chair: Valerie Searcy

MembersDeanna Moultry, Maurice Baker, Penny Cates, Tremese Davis, Monique Hall, Cherryl Harris, Conrado Marion-Landais, Valery Mercer, Marleen Metcalf, Willie Palmer, Rodney J. Russell, Randy Thedford, Chinika Thrash, Jennifer Williams

James K. Davis Scholarship Criteria

Provides scholarships to Atlanta area minority students pursuing higher education in STEM and other energy-related fields.

  • Continuing Education scholarships are available for students who received the initial scholarship.
  • The AABE® Atlanta Chapter Annual James K. Davis Scholarship Awards Banquet is held in May.
  • Scholarship Chairperson - Valerie Searcy (Georgia Power). 
  • The 2018 awards will be presented in May 2018 at our scholarship banquet at Georgia Power's corporate office in downtown Atlanta (241 Ralph McGill Blvd., Atlanta, GA  30308). 

Eligibility & Scholarship Applications: 

Please click on link to download the AABE Atlanta Scholarship application for current high school students (including Criteria checklist) or click here for the 2018 Continuing Education application for past scholarship recipients and eligibility information.  Click here for the Technical/Vocational application. Please click the link to download the 2018 Community Service Scholarship application.

Click here for the Parent Student Handbook.

Scholarship recipients are determined by the AABE Atlanta Chapter Scholarship Committee.


For more information, contact Scholarship chair Valerie Searcy.

Mail applications to the local AABE office listed below:
AABE-Atlanta Chapter
J. K. Davis Scholarship Committee
P. O. Box 55216
Atlanta, GA 30308-5216


*Applications can also be scanned & emailed to:  G2AABEATCHAP@SOUTHERNCO.COM 


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