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The MyUS.com "Be the Face of Change" Scholarship


February 01, 2021

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • At MyUS.com, we view our members (current and future) as family. Since beginning to serve our Nigerian members in 1997, we’ve learned much about the aptly nicknamed, “Giant of Africa.” We’ve learned about “Nollywood,” the more than 500 indigenous languages spoken throughout the oil-rich nation and about Zuma Rock. We’ve learned about Lagos and the River Niger, and we’ve learned about the Third-Mainland Bridge. MyUS.com exists to break down disparities in obtainment – be it a product, education or income – and we never turn our back on our member family. As such, MyUS.com is proud to offer the first, annual “Be the Face of Change” Scholarship – a Scholarship solely for Nigerian students pursuing a degree in higher education. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.

  • Contact
  • Ashley Smith
  • 4299 Express Lane
  • Sarasota, FL 34249
  • scholarships@myus.com
  • 312-517-9040

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