TYCHE + ISET EYEWEAR SUPPORTS HBCUs WITH 3″ EMPOWER LOVE TRUST HOPE – WOVEN, IRON-ON PATCH

We’re excited to announce, Designer Eyewear Brand Tyche + Iset recently launched a fundraising initiative in support of The HBCU Foundation and other Black organizations serving their communities.  Read below, or follow this link to lend your support: https://www.tycheandiset.com/products/black-orgs-patch We must EMPOWER. We must LOVE. We must TRUST. We must HOPE. Words hold Power. Words […]

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Support The Terrence Christian Jr. Community Leadership Award

In August of this year, we lost a dynamic member of the HBCU family and one of Microsoft’s rising young stars. Terrence Christian Jr., a graduate of North Carolina A&T State University (NC A&T), passed away suddenly in a tragic accident on Lake Washington. Terrence was a first generation college student, a leader in his community, and a strong voice for social and economic equality. During the month of October, we will be collecting donations for a namesake scholarship fund at North Carolina A&T.

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Virtual Town Hall to Focus on Solutions to COVID-19 Education Crisis for Poor & Working-Class Families

TODAY: Virtual Town Hall to Focus on Solutions to COVID-19 Education Crisis for Poor & Working-Class Families Event to be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Minneapolis, MN – A coalition of leading education scholars and community leaders will participate in a virtual town hall today, Aug. 31 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. […]

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What to Do Once You Have Applied For A Scholarship

Now that you’ve postmarked your application, or hit that “Send” button, there are still some “to-dos” to check off of your list once you’ve applied for a scholarship.

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Academic Research Moms Group Launches Scholarship Fund In Partnership with The HBCU Foundation & Meharry Medical College

The ARM Fund for Medical and Research Trainee Moms Sets $60,000 Goal In Support of Scholarships for post-undergraduate Research Moms.

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Springer Nature Group Donates $50,000 In Support of HBCU Scholarships

The HBCU Foundation, a Columbus, Ohio-based nonprofit whose aim is to provide scholarship aid to deserving students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities, announced on Monday, a $50,000 grant from the leading academic publishing company, Springer Nature, in support of HBCU scholarships. More than three quarters of our nation’s HBCUs offer graduate and professional programs […]

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Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner among nominees for Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award | via NBCSports.com

By Lindsey Wisniewski He’s an eight-year NFL veteran, Super Bowl champion, five-time Pro Bowler and four-time NFL First-Team All-Pro. And now, Bobby Wagner is being recognized for his excellence off-the-field as the Seattle Seahawks nominee for the prestigious Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award. The award recognizes NFL players across the country who strive […]

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Earn Dollars for Scholars! Submit Volunteer Hours for your #WPMOYChallenge Retweets and Employers Match Your Donation!

MAKE IT COUNT! You can submit volunteer hours for all of your hard work Retweeting on behalf of Bobby Wagner and The HBCU Foundation as a part of the Walter Payton Man of the Year Challenge!  The NFL player with the most Retweets using their custom hashtag wins and up to $25,000 is donated to […]

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Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Nominee Bobby Wagner Takes The HBCU Foundation to ESPN

  It was just a few short weeks ago that the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award nominees were announced and The HBCU Foundation would be designated the beneficiary of up to a $50,000 donation from Seattle Seahawks nominee, Bobby Wagner.  Yesterday, and fresh off of a dominant Playoffs win against the Philadelphia […]

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Senate blocks FUTURE Act, which provides funding efforts to HBCUs

BY SONIA RAO The FUTURE Act, a bill that proposes funding $255 million toward historically Black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions across the United States, has been blocked by the U.S. Senate. The bill, which passed in the House in September, was sponsored by Rep. Alma Adams, D-N.C., and co-sponsored by Rep. Mark Walker, […]

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