The LeadNext program was created by The Asia Foundation, which connects future leaders in the US and Asia to engage in global citizenship.
Finding Ways to Pay for College – HBCU Style!
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A comprehensive scholars program will assist Legends HBCU Scholarship recipients in career preparation job placement and mentoring.
The $152,000 RMA Foundation Scholarship award is designed to benefit students pursuing financial services careers.
The New York Life Foundation $1 Million grant will help Hampton University STEM-focused scholars succeed and grow in their academic careers.
The FVSU Finish Line scholarship is designed to assist students who are unable to complete their degrees due to financial barriers.
The $24,000 health grants will go towards the Bone Marrow Donor Awareness grant and the HIV/AIDS capacity-building grant.
The faculty research grant program offers 10 faculty grants of $25K over 10 years to select HBCUs, totaling an investment of $2.25 million.
The Thurgood Marshall College Fund has partnered with Truist to launch a new scholarship program that will benefit over 300 HBCU students.