If you are a young woman of color, looking for more help with your college application process, the 2022 Seed Scholarship could be a great fit for you.
The Seeds of Fortune nonprofit, has partnered with Yale Women in Economics to empower young women of color in this ten month program. Through the scholarship, participants will be able to learn from current Yale students, and qualified mentors to learn about the application system for undergraduate learning. There is a strong focus on financial literacy, and professional development, that can expand and develop skills for upcoming university students.
10 month support program in college admission and financing (Meet once a month)
Mandatory 10 Day Summer College Prep Boot Camp
Research Project mentored by Yale Women in Economics and guest Yale professors
Four Day Yale residential overnight and admission visit
Meet ambitious young women of color & join our 4 year college network
Learn to Build Scholarship & College application
Business Plan Competition
Connect to top colleges & universities for admission HBCUs, Private and Public
A Selected Participant is awarded $500 College Scholarship
Must be current HS Junior/HS Graduation Class of 2023
Attend a Public School or Catholic School
Identify as a Female Student of color (African-American, Asian-American, Latino, or Native American)
Have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0
The first round for the application deadline is December 31, 2021. The selected candidates will be announced in February, 2022. Click the link here to learn more.
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