As we gather with our loved ones this season, the EEF squad is filled with gratitude as we reflect on our incredible journey this year. We extend our deepest thanks to the remarkable staff, volunteers, scholars, and their families for their commitment and support. We are grateful for friends like you! In three days, the nation will support its local non-profits for Giving Tuesday!
The Teach the Truth Tour provided valuable insights that perfectly align with the Education Equalizer Foundation’s (EEF) mission. By delving into African-American history, the tour showcased EEF’s dedication to offering inclusive and comprehensive education that goes beyond the usual stories.
As Giving Tuesday ❣️ approaches on November 28, I want to express my heartfelt gratitude 🤗 for your unwavering dedication to our cause. Together, we are creating a significant impact on higher education equality, and your efforts continue to inspire us all.
This Giving Tuesday,❣️ let’s maximize our outreach and engagement. Here are ways you can help.
Amidst alarming educational disparities, where national student-to-school counselor ratios exceed recommended levels and student loan debt disproportionately burdens Black and minority communities, The Education Equalizer Foundation stands as a beacon of hope.
November marks National College Application Month, a time when aspiring students across the nation set their sights on higher education. To help you make the most out of this significant period, the Education Equalizer Foundation has compiled essential tips to guide you through the college application process seamlessly.
Education Equalizer Foundation introduces all-new ACT/SAT prep sessions for 8th graders to high school seniors. Dani Hobbs, founder of Dani, the ACT Coach, will conduct these monthly interactive sessions via Google Meet. She brings over 25 years of tutoring experience working with programs such as Upward Bound and Young Scholars. The sessions are geared towards improving test-taking confidence and scores.
With financial support from Overcomers International Church, R’Nia Walker embarked on her first plane ride, landing in Nashville and visiting the illustrious Tennessee State University (TSU). Through her own words, let’s explore how this remarkable journey reshaped her dreams and aspirations.
Financial barriers often stand in the way of students and their dreams of pursuing education. Last year, the Education Equalization Foundation (EEF) recognized a significant challenge – numerous local businesses, fraternities, and churches had scholarships available, yet these opportunities were left untouched. Determined to create a positive change, EEF is introducing an innovative approach this year, and we need your support to make it a success.
The Education Equalizers Scholars had an unforgettable day visiting the University of Florida, filled with enlightening experiences and bonding through a team-building bowling activity. The event left a profound impact, with one scholar expressing, “I enjoyed the presentation from Mr. Keaton.
FAMU Preview Day was a remarkable event that left a lasting impression on both students and parents. It provided valuable insights into the college experience, especially for those with limited prior knowledge. One student exclaimed, “I learned a lot more than what school or anyone has taught me before about college.” This sentiment was echoed by others, highlighting the event’s educational value.