Nonprofits & Scholarships
We are proud to hold and administer multiple scholarships programs that benefit students throughout the Chattahoochee Valley. Be sure to carefully read the criteria and eligibility of each scholarship.
The W.L. Amos, Sr., Scholarship is intended to help students who have a parent, grandparent or legal guardian that is a current Aflac U.S. employee, and who have demonstrated a hard work ethic during high school, achieve a postsecondary education.
The scholarship provides a one-time scholarship each year to a female graduating senior from Harris County High School who characterizes Megan’s attributes and ambitions.
The Aaron Cohn Citizenship Award is awarded annually to honor an Aaron Cohn Middle School eighth grade student for their civic awareness, scholastic achievements, and community service.
The Craig Scholarship is intended to help students with financial need, high character, and average and above scholastic merit achieve a bachelor's degree.
Applications for the 2023-2024 academic year will be available in December 2022-January 2023.
The Smith Scholarship is intended to help students with financial need, high character, and average and above scholastic merit achieve a college education.
Recognizes a Columbus High School graduating senior student who is an active member of the Columbus High School baseball, football or men's basketball team and demonstrates good character, is a leader among their peers and exhibits CHS Spirit.
The Randy Jordan Scholarship recognizes a Jordan High School graduating senior who has achieved the goal of graduation while overcoming great obstacles and special challenges by exhibiting strong character, determination and perseverance.
Awards up to two scholarships to college students with a connection to Georgia who are entering or currently enrolled in law school and are committed to practicing nonprofit law or another type of public service law.