Project Inspire Recipient Spotlight: George Bullard, Jr.
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Project Inspire Recipient Spotlight: George Bullard, Jr.

Project Inspire Scholarship Recipient Spotlight George Bullard, Jr. – Second-Year Student at Clark Atlanta University Check out our seventh and last Project Inspire Scholarship feature, George Bullard, Jr. This scholarship recipient graduated from North Miami Beach Senior High School in South Florida and decided to take the leap and become an out-of-state student at Clark Atlanta … Continue reading

Project Inspire Recipient Spotlight: Catisha Joseph
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Project Inspire Recipient Spotlight: Catisha Joseph

Project Inspire Scholarship Recipient Spotlight Catisha Joseph – Third-Year Student at Florida A&M University   Below, learn more about, Catisha Joseph, a third-year student at Florida A&M University (FAMU) and Project Inspire Scholarship Recipient looking to blaze a path to success through her college journey. You’ll find out more about what she’s up to at FAMU … Continue reading

Providing Students Access to Supports for Achievement
Education / Youth / Youth, Education, Empowerment & the Arts Program

Providing Students Access to Supports for Achievement

At-risk youth, especially minority youth, are often faced with a very different set of out-of-school circumstances than their more privileged counterparts, such as poverty and lack of access to healthcare, which often negatively impact their in-school experiences. Oftentimes a response to these circumstances is more positive in-school and after-school experiences to address the challenges that … Continue reading

The Significance of Mentoring for College Success
Education / Scholarship Program / Youth

The Significance of Mentoring for College Success

Students who are the first in their family to go to college are less likely to graduate within six years than their continuing-generation peers, but there are ways to combat this stunning statistic, and Project Inspire’s programming is an effort to do just that. The decreased likelihood of first-generation college students graduating within six years … Continue reading