Megan Thee Stallion launches her own scholarship fund for women of color pursuing higher education

Megan Thee Stallion has launched her own scholarship fund that celebrates women of color who are pursuing a college education or postgraduate degree.

The Savage hitmaker joined forces with Amazon Music to award two $10,000 scholarships as part of her Don’t Stop Scholarship Fund, which is named after her latest single, Don’t Stop, featuring Young Thug.  

And it turns out the rapper and musician has been working toward a health care administration degree at Texas Southern University, all while she’s been topping the charts over the last year-and-a-half.   

Giving back: Megan Thee Stallion, 25, has launched her own scholarship fund for women of color pursuing higher education

‘COLLEGE HOTTIES LISTEN UP BECAUSE THIS ONE IS FOR YOU ‼️‼️‼️ I AM GIVING AWAY TWO 10,000 DOLLAR SCHOLARSHIPS TO WOMEN OF COLOR PURSUING A DEGREE IN ANY FIELD OF STUDY IN ANY PART OF THE WORLD,’ she wrote on Instagram in the

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KnowFully Healthcare Education Announces Scholarship for Pharmacy Students and NAPLEX Candidates

RADNOR, Pa., Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Company will offer the monetary scholarship to college students working towards a Pharmacy degree and currently attending an accredited college or university within the U.S. This scholarship will run each semester, offering a first place prize of $750 and a second place prize of a full NAPLEX review course. Applications are currently open until December 10th, 2020.

To be considered for this scholarship, the application will consist of a video submission answering questions relevant to the pharmacy world and how the candidate envisions it changing. These applications are then reviewed by a judging committee comprised of KnowFully Healthcare experts and advisers, using a competitive judging criteria.

“In a world where healthcare is more important than ever, we at KnowFully are committed to not only empowering individuals to pass this important exam in order to become a pharmacist, but also growing

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Scholarship Helps DC Student Find Challenging Education

WASHINGTON, DC — Alexander Acosta, an eighth grader at St. Albans School in Washington, D.C., was recently named a Caroline D. Bradley scholar by the Institute for Educational Advancement.

Alexander is one of 28 gifted middle school students to receive the four-year scholarship, which will allow them to attend academically challenging high schools.

For Alexander, the scholarship enabled him to attend St. Albans, where his brother Benjamin, who had previously won the same scholarship, was already a student.

“We had Benjamin apply and he got in,” said Joann Acosta, the boys’ mother. “He looked at a few different schools, and then once he got in, we of course wanted Alex to go the same school. So that’s kind of how he wound up in there.”

In addition to being more challenging than the public schools the brothers had previously attended, St. Albans is also much more expensive, about $50,000 a

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ACEC/MA Awards Education Corporation President’s Scholarship

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The American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts (ACEC/MA) has named Northeastern student Taylor Labbe as a recipient of the 2020 Education Corporation Presidents’ Scholarship.

Labbe is in her senior year at Northeastern University where she is pursuing a combined Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering. At Northeastern, she serves as an ABET Student Representative and has studied solid waste management in Sardinia, Italy through the Dean’s List Dialogue of Civilizations program.

In addition to her studies, Labbe is active in NEWEA and a basketball and hockey cheerleader at Northeastern. She is also active in the community, volunteering to judge the Middle School Science Fair at Pioneer Charter School of Science with ASCE, and at the aid station at the Vermont 100, a 100 mile endurance race to benefit Vermont Adaptive Ski &

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