Seeds of Fortune Inc. Scholarship

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December 31, 2017
  • Scholarship Description
  • Seeds of Fortune Inc. is a scholarship program creating the next generation of financially empowered young women of color by helping them apply for college scholarships, teach career and financial management skills. Scholars are provided a laptop, college tour, and a mentor. We also provide a $500 scholarship to one of our participants.

    -Must be a NYC high school sophomore or junior
    -Attend a public school
    -Must be a female
    Minority (African American/African descent, Latina, South Asian, or Native American)

    Benefits of scholarship program:
    -6 year high school to college program
    -Join Network of young women who have earned $1M in college scholarships
    -Each year one participant is awarded ($500) Scholar of the Year Award
    -Scholars provided a Free Laptop
    -College Tour to Boston Universities/Colleges
    -Exclusive college writing coach
    -Young professional mentor

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Nitiya Walker
  • 54 W. 40th Street
  • New York , NY 11233
  • 718-781-1879

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