Podcast Episode 7: The H.O.P.E. Scholarship Initiative for HBCU students with Michelle Janaye

Last Updated on January 13, 2014


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Happy New Year! In this first episode of 2013 I share tips for college students to get back on a schedule after winter break.

In the featured section of the podcast I am joined by fellow HBCU advocate Michelle Janaye. Michelle was born to be journalist. She fell in love with words at the age of 5-years-old. Since then Journalism has taken her from the bayous of Louisiana to the South Lawn of the White House and everywhere in between. Michelle earned her bachelors degree from Howard University where she majored in print Journalism. From there she received her master's degree in multimedia journalism at University of Maryland, College Park. Currently, Michelle is the co-founder and assistant director of The H.O.P.E. Scholarship Initiative, and works alongside of Hope Scholarship Director Jeffrey Chance, Marketing Director Teneasha Pierson and Partnership Director LaToya Archibald. She is also a freelance writer and videographer in the Chicago metropolitan area.

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