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Procter and Gamble Scholarship for Business, IT, and PR Majors

The Procter and Gamble Scholarship directs its criteria around academically achieving undergraduate students at any accredited four-year colleges or universities within the United States. Procter & Gamble has continuously demonstrated its remarkable leadership as a leading consumer products manufacturer within the global market. This scholarship focuses on providing financial assistance to ensure students have access …

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Hospitality Degree Programs Available at HBCUs

The hospitality industry is huge and provides an array of career options in tourism, restaurants, event planning, cruise lines, lodging, resort clubs, and more. In fact, if you are seriously considering a career in this diverse and dynamic industry, there are plenty of opportunities for advancement. But, as there are a large number of hospitality …

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Clark Atlanta Receives A $231,000 Grant From Chevron

Chevron Corporation announced on Sept. 30 that it would provide a $231,500 grant for scholarships and to support enrichment programs for Clark Atlanta University’s (CAU) business and engineering students.  This is the third award of more than $200,000 from Chevron since 2011. Trisa Long Paschal, vice president for Institutional Advancement and University Relations, said, “We …

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HL 013: The Entrepreneurial Spirit Runs Deep at HBCUs with Growtuity

In episode 13 of the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast, I’m happy share with you a positive example of the entrepreneurial spirit on HBCU campuses through my interview with tech start-up cofounders Jamerus Payton (North Carolina A&T State University), Baxter Smith (University of South Carolina) and Torrence Reed (North Carolina A&T State University). Their company, Growtuity, Inc., …

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