Scholarship KIDS


The Problem

At Clark Atlanta University, I saw a constant struggle of students to not only pay for school their first year but also maintain their attendance by becoming financially equipped.

Plan of Action

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Project Updates

2009 Scholarship K.I.D.S. Award winner Bronica Banks is pictured here at the EEI, Inc. Appreciation Luncheon courtesy of Outback Steakhouse. She won $500 from the organization and its sponsors from the essay competition.

Some of our great sponsors!

H&R Block really did it big for Scholar Week! They facilitated the filling out your FAFSA session at the information booth during the day. Students could walk by and grab a doughnut courtesy of Krispy Kreme and gain pertinent info on how to file taxes and FAFSA accurately.

Scholarship KIDS hosted its first Black History Month tribute this past February. We led the African American Scholar Trivia game at Clark Atlanta University's cafeteria. Students had a chance to learn about their heritage as well as compete for great raffle prizes if they answered correctly.

Economic Empowerment Initiative, Inc. is our fiscal agent for the organization. We collaborated with them on a project named the Achieve Your Dreams Tour hosted at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta. Our main project was hosting the Financial Literacy Jeopardy Game. Students were engaged to answer questions in teams focused on financial sustainability. Scholarship KIDS played a major role in the Student Loans & Financial Aid portion of the game.

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