Mrs. Edwina Hurst joins EEF as program coordinator.
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EEF receives first grant from Partnership for Reimagining Gainesville
The Education Equalizer Foundation received its’ first grant from the Partnership for Reimagining Gainesville.
Foundation’s inaugural HBCU fair a huge success
Dozens of students and families attended the Common Black College Hybrid HBCU College Fair that was hosted by the Education Equalizer Foundation, a nonprofit organization, whose mission of is to equalize the chances of underserved, minority and other students’ opportunities to be prepared not only to attend college, but to be successful in college.
HBCU college fair to be held at Cotton Club
The Education Equalizer Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization, and Common Black College Hybrid HBCU College Fair will be held from 1-3 p.m. April 30 at the Cotton Club Museum and Cultural Center, 837 SE Seventh Ave.
The Education Equalizer Foundation – Inaugural Newsletter
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Common Black College Workshop
You are invited to attend the Education Equalizer Foundation and Common Black College Application Hybrid College Fair on Saturday, April 30 from 1p – 3p EST in Gainesville, FL.
The Education Equalizer Foundation First Board Meeting
The Education Equalizer Foundation prepares incoming minority students for success in college and life. The organization was formed to: 1) ensure that Black, minority, and first-generation college students are given the knowledge and resources required for success in college and life. 2) equip college administrators with solutions to admit, retain, graduate and place minority collegeContinue reading “The Education Equalizer Foundation First Board Meeting”
You are Accepted: How to Get Accepted into College and Life
Founder and President, Dr. Carjamin (Carjie) Scott is scheduled to self-publish her debut book, “You are Accepted: How to Get Accepted into College and Life.” The book will detail her experiences as a college student, higher education leader, and community advocate. Learn more about the book here.