Page Education Foundation Grants

$2,500

May 01, 2019

Awards Available: 540

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Page Grants are awarded to Minnesota students of color who attend Minnesota post-secondary schools and agree to complete annual service projects with young children. Students at all levels of academic achievement can qualify for a grant. The selection process highlights an applicant’s attitude toward education, willingness to provide service to children, and financial need.

    To be eligible for a Page Grant, you must be: A student of color and graduate of a Minnesota high school. Enrolled full-time at an accredited post-secondary educational institution in the state of Minnesota in the upcoming academic year. Maintain full-time status throughout the academic year. Willing to complete a minimum of 50 volunteer hours tutoring children in grades K-8th per academic year awarded the grant.
  • Contact
  • Page Education Foundation
  • 901 N. 3rd Street
  • Suite 355
  • Minneapolis, MN 55401
  • tel: 612-332-0406
  • fax: 612-332-0403

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