To accelerate the trajectory of black students’ lives through scholarships to attend Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Congratulations to Our Newest 2020 Scholarship Recipients!
Davi’Ana will be a Junior at Clark Atlanta University majoring in Psychology. She is from Sparks, NV via the Bay Area. Please take a second to read her amazing story in the Reno Gazette Journal. Her strength pulled her through difficult high school years and is combined with a positivity that is infectious, and we are thrilled to be able to support her as she pursues her desire to be a clinical psychologist.
Trevion will be a sophomore at North Carolina A&T this fall after achieving a 3,7 GPA in her freshman year majoring in Criminal Justice. Trevion is from the small, racially divided and economically challenged town of Roxboro, North Carolina. Her parents were factory workers until health issues caused financial stress on the family. Trevion wanted her story to be different by attending an HBCU where the atmosphere feels like family. Her goal is to return to her hometown and be part of the answer to social justice issues.
Janyah is an incoming freshman at Fort Valley State University in Fort Valley, GA. She is from Brunswick, GA, was raised by a single mother and has endured financial and personal hardships. That experience has forged a unique combination of humility and deep determination to excel at school and become the first in her family to graduate from college. She will be majoring in Political Science at Fort Valley State with the goal to pursue a career as an attorney.
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