Student Leader Scholarship
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In 2018, Sandean was a double major in kinesiology and psychology but she was struggling to make ends meet while working two jobs and going to school at the same time. She was doing the best with what she had but it wasn't enough. For so many first generation students, factoring the extra costs such as books and other living expenses are overlooked after paying tuition because going to college is expensive enough!
Sandean's story was our story and we were inspired to take action. Additional financial aid is crucial to thrive in college. Five years later, we are still committed to support our future leaders.
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At Educate University, our mission is to inspire, teach, and mentor young people to build prosperous and sustainable careers.
That's why it's so important to invest in students because they will be transforming our communities and they have the best chance to succeed when they are not saddled with debt.
Meet Our 2021 Grant Recipients
Junior Engineering Student at the Universtiy of Maryland, Baltimore County
Senior at Cal State University Northridge (CSUN) majoring in Psychology
Junior at the University of California Santa Barbara double majoring in Biology and Communications
Meet Our 2020 Grant Recipients
Her entire journey has fueled her aspirations to earn the Juris Doctor Degree. She was a first-year law student, a member of The Black Law Student Association, a student- volunteer with the Midwest Innocence Project and will be interning with United States District Judge, Judge Wimes.
Saletha Okkunga is attended the School Leadership Academy to become a school administrator in Sacramento, CA. Growing up, her principals and vice principals tended to be white and male.
"I did not seem myself in those leaders", but she hopes that "students and teachers of color will see me and decide to aim high."
Sandean was a double major in kinesiology and psychology. She wished to join the field of rehabilitative science, specializing in recovery procedures for neurodegenerative illnesses.
She had to secure her own financial stability and had 2 jobs, working part time hours while being a full time student.
Tiffany's dream is to get my Bachelors in cyber security and become a member in the FBI or CIA. It’s a big dream, but she knows she can do it. She wanted to help people that needed it, especially people in danger by being a part of the solution.