Robert Lee Macklin Scholarship Fund

The Robert Lee Macklin Scholarship Fund is a 501(c)3, organization founded in 2008 as a vehicle to preserve the memory of Reverend Robert L. Macklin through the advancement of higher education for graduating seniors in Tarrant county and former Macklin Scholars who are attending college. The organization provides generous scholarships up to $1000 for students attending accredited two and four-year college/institutions. The Robert Lee Macklin Scholarship Fund has provided approximately $20K in scholarship assistance and program support.

" ... people are destroyed for lack of knowledge ... " KN Hosea 4:6

Mission

The Mission of the Robert Lee Macklin Scholarship fund is to provide financial support, guidance, and educational resources to qualified high school seniors and undergraduate college students who exemplify exceptional leadership potential and aspire to make a positive impact in our community and world by pursuing higher education.

Vision

The Vision is to be a resource in the development of the next generation of diverse and dynamic leaders with a commitment to community service and the humanitarian ideals of Robert Lee Macklin.

Robert L. Macklin

We would introduce and present him first as a true Man of God and the list would ensue in the following manner a lovingly, devoted husband and father, a proud brother, uncle, humble leader and loyal servant. The story does not stop there. Reverend Robert L. Macklin was a man of great integrity, wisdom, and faith. He often said "Love is the principle thing" and his life epitomized this very concept. The reach of his love and concern for people far surpassed his home, family, and his church, but it stretched out to anyone who would accept it.

He was not alone in his quest to be a help to those young people seeking to better their condition, the love of his life Mother Johnie Mae Macklin, graciously took her place beside him and together they made a positive impact on many lives. Mother Macklin was not afforded the opportunity to formalize her education when she was young, but she studied the English language and taught herself the proper usage.

Strong Advocate for Education

Being avid readers themselves, Reverend & Mother Macklin were strong advocates of education. After the demise of Mother Macklin in 2000, Supt. Macklin started a local scholarship fund at The Rising Star Church of God In Christ furthering his belief and understanding that the power of education and learning are a few of life's most important achievements. Not only in emotional support, but through his personal philanthropic contributions, he assisted many who aspired to pursue higher educational and vocational goals.

His support of others was never overshadowed by his own ambition; he was quite comfortable in allowing others to succeed to limitless heights. He was a man of few words, but the tapestry of his character stood as a beacon to all who knew him. The Robert Lee Macklin Scholarship Fund is an extension of the loving legacy of the man who bears its name- Robert Lee Macklin.

Board of Directors

Robin Macklin Anderson

President

Grand Canyon University: Phoenix,  Arizona: Educational Doctoral Candidate 

University of Phoenix: Phoenix, Arizona Master of Arts Education Degree

Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas:  Bachelor of Science Mathematics 

Christina Lewis

Vice President

University of Phoenix, Phoenix, Arizona: Master of Arts Organizational Management, 2007

Letourneau University, Longview, Texas: Bachelor of Science Business Management, 2000

Mose Brown

Treasurer

Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Texas:  Doctoral Candidate               

Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas: Masters in Educational Administration, 2008

Texas Wesleyan University, Fort Worth, Texas: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics/Education, Cum Laude. 2000

Sherry Cotton

Administrator

Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas:  Bachelor of Science in EC-6 Generalist/Special Education , 2011.

Tarrant County Community College, Fort Worth, Texas: Associate Degree in Applied Science

Anthony Coleman

Public Relations

Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia:  Doctorate of Theology Candidate  

University of Phoenix, Phoenix, Arizona:  Masters of Arts in Education, Curriculum & Instructions, 2006

University of Phoenix, Phoenix, Arizona:  Masters of Arts in Education, Secondary Administration & Supervision, 2005.

Jarvis Christian College, Hawkins, Texas:  Bachelor of Science in Mathematics / Minor: Reading, 1992



The Robert Lee Macklin Scholarship Fund | Scholarship Fund

The Robert Lee Macklin Scholarship was designed to reward and assist deserving High School Seniors of Tarrant County who have plans to pursue higher education. Applicants must demonstrate an unmet financial need, strong academic record and work ethic. To apply for this award, students must provide proof of financial need when requested. Each year 3-5 scholarships are awarded up to $1,000 to eligible students

Areas Served

The Robert Lee Macklin Scholarship awards students in the Tarrant County,TX School Districts:
Aledo ISD , Arlington ISD, Azle ISD, Birdville ISD, Burleson ISD, Carroll ISD ,Castleberry ISD, Crowley ISD, Eagle Mountain, Saginaw ISD, Everman ISD, Fort Worth ISD, Godley ISD, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD
Keller ISD, Kennedale ISD,, Lake Worth ISD, Mansfield ISD, Northwest ISD. White Settlement ISD

The Robert Lee Macklin Scholarship Fund

is accepting scholarship applications for graduating seniors in Tarrant county

Helping students in Aledo ISD Arlington ISD Azle ISD Birdville ISD Burleson ISD Carroll ISD Castleberry ISD Eagle Mountain Saginaw ISD Crowley ISD Everman ISD Fort Worth ISD Godley ISD Grapevine-Colleyville ISD Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD Keller ISD Kennedale ISD Lake Worth ISD Mansfield ISD Northwest ISD White Settlement ISD attend college!

The Mission of the Robert Lee Macklin Scholarship fund is to provide financial support, guidance, and educational resources to qualified high school seniors and undergraduate college students who exemplify exceptional leadership potential.

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