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Scholars For Educational Opportunity

Three Great Teaching Hospitals for Future Orthopedic Surgeons

by Sarah Green @ Supporting Education

Teaching hospitals are a vital part of medical education. Affiliated with medical schools, they allow for medical students to experience life as a “real doctor” and provide opportunities for residents to develop their skills and gain specialization in the discipline of their choice. They also often serve as research institutes. Here are a few great […]

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Welcome to SEO Scholars!

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

SEO Scholars is a free eight-year academic program that gets low-income public high school students to and through college–with a 95% college graduation rate. In high school, we offer intensive year-round academic preparation via a carefully-calibrated, rigorously-assessed course of supplemental education. Our Saturday, summer and weekly after-school classes provide the equivalent of 2.5+ years of [...]

Sponsors for Educational Opportunity - Nonprofit Job Board | Foundation List

Sponsors for Educational Opportunity - Nonprofit Job Board | Foundation List


Nonprofit Job Board | Foundation List

Since 1963, Spon­sors for Edu­ca­tional Oppor­tu­nity (SEO) has made a life­time of achieve­ment pos­si­ble for 10,000 tal­ented young peo­ple from...

Lunch and Learn Event with Students from Sponsors for Educational Opportunity - Libra Social

Lunch and Learn Event with Students from Sponsors for Educational Opportunity - Libra Social


Libra Social

New York, January 5, 2017. Carla Brillembourg-Clark, Deputy Head of Libra Group Social Responsibility, Xavier Stewart, Program Director of The American Entrepreneurship Award and Shayla Alexander, Program Coordinator of Social Responsibility with the support of Marina Aslanidou, Director of Sales, New England, Grace Hotels – hosted a lunch and learn event for undergraduate students from Sponsors …

CLICKS Teen Town Hall “Who’s Got Your Back” on WJZ Baltimore

by cleowww @ CLEO

The CLICKS Justice and Diversity Teen Town Hall helps motivate young men and women with hands-on workshops.

“If you learn to reach out and ask for help, there’s so many people in the community that are willing and want to help you,” said Cassandra Sneed Ogden, with the Council on Legal Education Opportunity.

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Don’t Give Up!

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

Have you started your SEO Scholars application but aren’t sure if you want to complete it? Are you worried you don’t have what it takes? Or that you’ll be overwhelmed by the new demands of high school? Don’t worry. Our Scholars know how you feel. In fact, Marium, one of our Scholars who is now [...]

Life After Art School

by Sarah Green @ Supporting Education

There’s art school, and then there’s…whatever comes next. While not unique to art students, life after college can be a giant question mark for many, particularly those looking to go into a creative field. For artists, there are definite pros and cons to coming from an art school background. In the end, however, artists have […]

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American Indian/Alaska Native scholarship opportunities-high school, college, law school

by omadcs @ OMA&D Academic Counseling Services

The National Tribal Gaming Commissions/Regulators will be awarding two (2) $2,500 Scholarships to graduating high school seniors, rising undergraduates, and potential graduate students pursuing an education in the gaming, business, financial, and hospitality industries.   In honor of the late Tribal Attorney Jess Green (Chickasaw Nation), who paved the way for Gaming in Oklahoma and

Children's Educational Opportunity Foundation of Connecticut, Inc.

Children's Educational Opportunity Foundation of Connecticut, Inc.


Children's Educational Opportunity Foundation of Connecticut, Inc.

To Give Children of Connecticut Equal Access ​to Quality Education

High School Seniors and Maui County adults at a Crossroads, now what?

by eoc @ Educational Opportunity Center

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_WZL6XBuO0 For all you high school students who are about to graduate but unsure of what to do afterwards.  This presentation will give you a head start.  For Maui County adults at a crossroads, this will offer you some valuable information. EOC advisors can work with you to clarify your college and career goals, educational

Phase 14 Whitney M. YOUNG Scholar Wins National Poster Contest

by morgan @ Lincoln Foundation

Lincoln Foundation congratulates Whitney M. YOUNG Scholar Jose Soto-Hernandez for winning the 2012 International Graphic Arts Education Association (IGAEA) student poster design competition.  Jose, a Phase 14 Scholar, is a senior in the Graphic Communications Management Program at Eastern Kentucky University.  For more information, please visit http://www.technology.eku.edu/insidelook/eku-senior-wins-national-poster-design-award. buy antivirus software online zp8497586rq

Mann Educational Opportunity Fund

Mann Educational Opportunity Fund


Mann Educational Opportunity Fund

The Mann Educational Opportunity Fund is a scholarship which honors the late Bernard and Kathlyn Mann, long time Madison residents whose strong belief in education helped ensure the graduation of...

LAW STUDENT SCHOLAR: Ashley Williams

by cleowww @ CLEO

I knew I wanted to go to law school when I got into the Law Magnet Program at Dorsey High School. I was also fueled by the fact that in my experience as a foster youth, there were few lawyers who effectively advocated on my behalf and my life was severely impacted because of it. Those experiences fueled my passion to become a lawyer that adequately represented the voice of foster youth.

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Milbank and Sponsors for Educational Opportunity Host Meet and Greet with Preet Bharara for SEO Law Fellows and Alumni

Milbank and Sponsors for Educational Opportunity Host Meet and Greet with Preet Bharara for SEO Law Fellows and Alumni


Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP

Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP and Sponsors for Educational Opportunity Law (SEO) , an organization that connects talented from underserved and underrepresented communities with professional and ...

Scholarship Listing

Scholarship Listing


Educational Opportunity Center

Scholarships are seasonal, widely available, competitive, and another source of college funding. The scholarship season begins in OCTOBER with the release of federal financial aid forms (FAFSA) and scholarship applications for the next academic year (Fall through Summer). The majority of scholarships are out in January and

In The News – Whitney M. YOUNG Scholar Tabitha Awoniyi

by morgan @ Lincoln Foundation

Check out this article in the Courier-Journal about 11th Grade Scholar and aspiring broadcaster, Tabitha Awoniyi! research paper writer Tabitha Awoniyi, Aspiring Broadcaster

PHOTO/VIDEO RECAP: “Who’s Got Your Back” Teen Town Hall

by cleowww @ CLEO

Photo and video recap of "Who’s Got Your Back" – Justice & Diversity Teen Town Hall that was held at M&T Bank Stadium on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 in Baltimore, Maryland. Presented by the Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO), Inc.’s mentoring program for diverse and underserved youth, CLICKS (CLEO Legally Inspired College Kohorts of Students).

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4 Steps for Securing a Solid Teacher Recommendation

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

By Woodjerry E. (SEO Scholar, Class of 2015) A teacher recommendation is one of the most important pieces of the SEO Scholars application. The recommendation is unique in that it allows SEO Scholars to get to know you beyond your GPA. It also allows SEO Scholars to see your teachers’ perceptions of you and to [...]

Hellenic Entrepreneurship Award 2017 Finalists Announced

by Libra @ Libra Social

May 31, 2017.  The Hellenic Entrepreneurship Award (HEA) has announced the 10 finalists of this year’s award for start-up and early-stage businesses, competing for up to €1,250,000 in funding, mentorship and business support services by HEA’s network of sponsors and partners. HEA’s panel of judges, comprising 10 experienced entrepreneurs and executives, carefully scrutinized each business plan, […]

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Application Tips!

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

Are you working on your short answer responses and essay question for the SEO Scholars application? Scholar Vanessa P. at Academy of Finance and Enterprise High School in Queens put together some helpful tips on what to include. Follow her advice to advance your application to the next level!

5 Ways to Stay Organized During the School Year

by Sarah Green @ Supporting Education

Wow, can you believe it’s August already? You’ve probably begun shopping for school clothes and all the accessories you need in order to get your school year off to a good start. But have you thought about how you’ll stay organized? If you already have good organizational skills, great! But if you need a little […]

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SEO Featured in Forbes!

by c0c0nuT @ SEO Career

SEO had the great privilege of being featured in Forbes #SocialImpact Voice campaign, which celebrates organizations committed to strengthening our communities, our nation, and the world over the next 100 years. Take a look at this article on the importance of developing a diverse workforce, and the positive impact diverse teams have on Corporate America. [...]

New Year, New Focus

by c0c0nuT @ SEO Career

Starting the new year on the right foot can make all the difference, regardless of your college year. Use this checklist as a guide for your yearly goal setting. Freshmen Discover your Strengths through SEO Apply for SEO Career and begin EDGE Set goals with the help of SEO coaches Gain exposure to different business, [...]

Tips for White Parents On Discussing Race and Racism

by Sarah Green @ Supporting Education

With the August 18 white-supremacist rally in Charlottesville, the topic of race is on everyone’s mind—as it should be. But how do you talk to your kids about issues of race and racism when you may be uncomfortable with discussing race? First, keep in mind that your kids need you to talk about it. “Children […]

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The Rusty Tweed Economic Scholarship- Deadline April 1, 2018

by omadcs @ OMA&D Academic Counseling Services

The Rusty Tweed Economic Scholarship is awarded to an outstanding high school student or undergraduate in economics or finance related courses. Recipients of the scholarship are high school seniors or college undergraduates who have demonstrated excellence in their studies of economics or finance, and who have maintained a high-level of academic performance. The scholarship was

CLEO COLLEGE SCHOLAR: Carlos Orbe

by cleowww @ CLEO

CLEO was made available to me once I became a member of the Lawbound Scholars PRLDEF program affiliated with Latino Justice. It was after joining I was able to see how involved CLEO is with Hispanics not only in New York but also across the United States.

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Make the Most of Your Summer with Carla Harris’s 10-Week Plan

by c0c0nuT @ SEO Career

During in-person training, the SEO Career Class of 2017 learned how to make the most of their summers and all that SEO has to offer. Carla Harris, SEO Career Class of ’82, laid out her expert tips in a 10-week plan, starting with week one and following all the way through to getting the offer. [...]

Chicago Grads Must Have Postsecondary Plan

by Sarah Green @ Supporting Education

Chicago has one of the largest public school districts in the United States, with nearly 400,000 students in 660 schools. Their graduation rate is historically low, recent improvements bringing it up to 73 percent, still 10 percentage points below the national average. While numbers are soft, an estimated 18 percent of Chicago freshmen will wind […]

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Special 50th Anniversary edition of Opportunity Knocks

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

Read the Fall 2013 issue of SEO’s newsletter for stories on our 50th Anniversary Awards Dinner and more.

EOC Offering Free Book: 100 Things Every Adult College Student Should Know

by eoc @ Educational Opportunity Center

100 Things Every Adult College Student Ought to Know The Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) at the University of Hawai`i Maui College is offering free college orientation books to adults interested in college. The first thing an adult student needs to know is that it’s never too late to follow a dream. The second

Fully funded year-long international programs with Sept. deadlines

by omadcs @ OMA&D Academic Counseling Services

Luce Scholars Program – Apply by Sept. 6, 2017 This is a great opportunity for those with little or no prior experience in, or education about, Asian countries to add this valuable perspective to their future career interests! The Luce Scholars Program (http://www.hluce.org/lsprogram.aspx) is open to students and alumni under 30 as of July 1,

Whitney M. YOUNG Scholar Dominique Luster Named 2013 Derby Princess

by morgan @ Lincoln Foundation

Congratulations to Phase 15 Whitney M. YOUNG Scholar Dominique Luster who was named a 2013 Derby Princess. For more information please visit the following link to the Courier-Journal:  The Royal Buzz – 2013 Derby Princesses. argumentative persuasive essay zp8497586rq

DeVos in Talks to Remove College Campus Sexual Assault Protections

by Sarah Green @ Supporting Education

U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, along with her team, are currently re-evaluating Obama-era protections and regulations regarding dealing with sexual assault on college campuses. DeVos and Acting Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights Candice Jackson held hearings last week to get a better sense of campus dynamics, processes, and challenges facing administrators dealing with sexual assault […]

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Inspiring images of Sponsors for Educational Opportunity - New York Photographer Jeffrey Holmes | Corporate Event and Portrait Photographer for Business

Inspiring images of Sponsors for Educational Opportunity - New York Photographer Jeffrey Holmes | Corporate Event and Portrait Photographer for Business


New York Photographer Jeffrey Holmes | Corporate Event and Portrait Photographer for Business

Sponsors for Educational Opportunity I have had the privilege of documenting the great work of SEO since 2007. Here is a collection of those moments. View Photo Gallery From SEO’s website: What began in 1963 as one of New York City’s first mentoring and college preparatory programs for underserved high school students of color has …

SEO Career Orientation Speakers

by c0c0nuT @ SEO Career

SEO Career interns have the opportunity to learn from some of the industry’s top professionals. Learn more about our distinguished speakers below! Raymond McGuire Head, Corporate & Investment Banking, Citi Raymond McGuire is Citi’s head of global banking, based in New York. He is responsibile for managing the coverage of Global Industries and clients, and executing [...]

CLEO, Inc. Announces Momentous Partnership with LSAC on Eve of 50th Anniversary

by cleowww @ CLEO

LARGO, MD – The Council on Legal Education Opportunity, Inc. (CLEO) is getting a jumpstart to its historic 2018 50th Anniversary celebrations with a major financial gift from the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). Envisioning a new and mutually rewarding relationship, LSAC and CLEO will memorialize their commitment with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding...

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EOC Refunded by U.S. Department of Education

by eoc @ Educational Opportunity Center

  Give me a high five!  EOC has been awarded of a five-year, $2.199 million grant to continue helping Maui County adults and high school seniors get into college on Maui or elsewhere.  Each year EOC helps more than 1,400 new students with the college admissions and financial aid processes. EOC has been helping Maui

Have you done your FAFSA yet? Have you applied for scholarships?

by eoc @ Educational Opportunity Center

It's FAFSA time!

We have your back!

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

SEO Scholars often say that SEO is like their second family. That’s because they spend a lot of time with other Scholars on Saturdays, after school and in the summers. If you want to be surrounded by a diverse mix of students from all over New York City who dream of a successful future and [...]

Educational Opportunity Fund - Admissions & Aid || Ramapo College of New Jersey

Educational Opportunity Fund - Admissions & Aid || Ramapo College of New Jersey


Admissions & Aid

The EOF Program provides additional financial assistance to federal and state grants awarded. On average, over one million dollars in Ramapo College/EOF Merit Scholarships (RCG/EOF) and EOF state grants are awarded annually to students enrolled in our EOF Program. Ramapo College contributes approximately $500,000 annually to our RCG/EOF Scholarship Fund. Few other New Jersey colleges …

17th Annual Evening of Jazz

by admin @ Lincoln Foundation

Lincoln Foundation held its annual fundraiser, the 17th Annual Evening of Jazz on Friday, August 24, 2012 at historic Churchill Downs. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer was honored at the event with the 2012 Sprit of Excellence Award for his commitment to education. Contemporary keyboardist Marcus Johnson performed his unique blend of jazz to a crowd […]

3 Technology Trends That Benefit Both Classrooms and Homeschools

by Jana Hoff @ Supporting Education

Technology has been moving fast in the past few years. New developments have opened avenues for teaching and learning that weren’t possible less than a decade ago. Technology that started out merely as time-wasters and distractions are now being used to enhance the learning experience, and to take students to the next level. Not all […]

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The U.S. Is Falling Significantly Behind in Early Education

by Sarah Green @ Supporting Education

America is failing its kids when it comes to early education. One of the best practices that the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has identified for educational success is an early start, and in this arena, the United States falls “significantly behind.” For children between the ages of three and five, the U.S. […]

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Sponsors for Educational Opportunity

Sponsors for Educational Opportunity


Philanthropy News Digest (PND)

Founded in 1963, Sponsors for Educational Opportunity leverages partnerships with major corporations to help young people from underserved and under­rep­re­sented com­mu­ni­ties max­i­mize their oppor­tu­ni­ties for col­lege and career success....

Whitney M. YOUNG Scholars Attend Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards

by morgan @ Lincoln Foundation

Congratulations Whitney M. YOUNG Scholars for being chosen to attend the inaugural Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards last night! That’s right – 40 Scholars from grades 7-12 dressed to the nines to witness Christina Aguilera, Michael Bolton, Chip Carter (for his father the former President Jimmy Carter), and Louisville’s adopted son, Mark Hogg, of WaterStep, received […]

So You Want to go to College…

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

Let us help you make it happen. Apply for SEO Scholars! We know it seems early to be thinking about college but if you take your education into your own hands NOW, you’ll make your college dreams a reality four years from now! The path to college starts today. We’re looking for curious and driven [...]

5 Tips To Create A Killer College Application Essay

by Sarah Green @ Supporting Education

It seems crazy to be thinking about college applications with the 2017-18 school year barely underway, but it’s not. High school seniors across the U.S. are choosing colleges and getting ready to be one step closer to the postsecondary school of their dreams. It also seems hard to believe that on some college applications, the […]

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The Coming Eclipse Is a Historic Opportunity for Students

by Sarah Green @ Supporting Education

A total eclipse has not passed coast to coast through the continental U.S. since 1918. The solar event on August 21, 2017, will pass through 14 states, from Oregon to South Carolina, across many heavily populated zones. States along the path of totality are predicting gridlock traffic, and hotels have been sold out for years. […]

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School on Saturdays

by minn0w @ SEO Scholars

Yep. Three Saturdays every month, our hardworking Scholars board the subway from all over New York City to attend our Saturday Academy. Why? They know the effort they put in now will pay off when they get into the college of their dreams. What does the Saturday Academy schedule look like? The day is jam-packed [...]

Sponsors for Educational Opportunity - Supporting Education

Sponsors for Educational Opportunity - Supporting Education


Supporting Education

Sponsors for Educational Opportunity is dedicated to fostering leadership through education and supporting underserved students.

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer Proclaims Whitney M. YOUNG Scholars Day

by morgan @ Lincoln Foundation

At the 17th Annual Evening of Jazz held on August 24, 2012, Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher presented Lincoln Foundation President Larry McDonald with a proclamation declaring that day as Whitney M. YOUNG Scholars Day. writing argumentative essays

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