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The Intention Co. Scholarship Fund

$1,000

December 21, 2021

Awards Available: 7

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Intention Co. Scholarship Fund is the philanthropic arm of The Intention Co. LLC. The goal of The Fund is to inspire motivated Black Womxn to manifest their intentions through encouragement, recognition, and financial support. The scholarship will fund several awards each year through two scholarships: The Academic Scholarship and The Learner Scholarship. Applicants may only apply for one scholarship a year and must meet the minimum criteria outlined in the
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    This fund was created in recognition of Black Womxn. The “X” in womxn is intentionally used to underline our commitment to using gender-inclusive and non-sexist language that affirms and respects how people describe, express, and experience their gender. We recognize the intersections and spectrum of Black womxnhood and encourage trans and non-binary folx to apply.

    The Academic Scholarship is awarded to three scholars who are actively enrolled in a degree or trade program in any major. This $1,000 award supports tuition, transportation, books, fees, supplies, and cost of living associated with degree completion. Applicants must identify as Black Womxn, must be 18+, must be a California resident, and must be actively enrolled as a full-time or part-time student during the award period.

    The Learner Scholarship is awarded to four learners interested in cultivating a new skill, exploring a hobby, or expanding their knowledge in a dedicated area. This is a $500 award. Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED (except in the case that the applicant is seeking funding for the purposes of receiving a high school diploma or GED). For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • Scholarship@theintentionco.com
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