Drs. Kandra Albury, Board Chairman, and Carjie Scott, CEO, and Founder, attended the Partnership for Reimagining Gainesville (PRG) annual celebration at Howard Bishop Middle School
Ms. Jatori Little, ACT certified educator, has accepted the position to serve as Program Director assisting ACT test prep services for The Education Equalizer Foundation
Ms. Porshe’ Chiles has agreed to serve The Education Equalizer Foundation as Program Manager.
GAINESVILLE, FL. (EEF News) – Walmart hosted its grand reopening of the Walmart store on Waldo Road in East Gainesville. During the celebration, four local community-based organizations were honored for their service. Organization representatives spoke on behalf of their organizations to a crowd of Walmart customers and employees. The Education Equalizer Foundation received a $2,000 awardContinue reading “EEF Awarded a 2K Grant from Walmart”
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The founding board members of The Education Equalizer Foundation have approved the following board members to join the organization for a three-year term. “We have experienced significant growth and we look forward to the direction in which our organization continues to go,” said Carjamin Scott, President and CEO.
Mrs. Edwina Hurst joins EEF as program coordinator.
The Education Equalizer Foundation received its’ first grant from the Partnership for Reimagining Gainesville.
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.
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.