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    By Dianne Anderson Black students at Cal State University Fullerton looking for more free money, otherwise known as college scholarships, can submit their applications starting now to tap $1,500 – maybe more through the university’s several partnerships to help pay for their education. Recruiting events are calling Black students to meet the application deadline of ...
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    The Regalettes, a legacy organization in Los Angeles County known for its longstanding commitment to education, community service, and excellence is thrilled to announce their 65th-anniversary celebration, “A Royal Affair: 65 Years of Excellence.” The luncheon event will include conferring scholarships to college-age students and honoring five deserving individuals with Crown Awards.  It will be ...
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    The Social Lites, Inc., of the Inland Empire, is preparing for its 57th Annual Beautillion Scholarship Program, “A Moment of Greatness,” to be held at California State University, San Bernardino, on March 30, 2024. The first Beautillion briefing will be held at the Center for Youth and Community Development, on September 10, from 2 pm-3:30 ...
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    The Black Faculty, Staff and Student Association (BFSSA) at Cal State San Bernardino will host the 10th annual Pioneer Breakfast on Friday, Feb. 24, celebrating the accomplishments of individuals who have made an impact at CSUSB. “Celebrating Black Excellence: Leading and Shaping Our Future,” will be from 9-11 a.m., in the Santos Manuel Student Union ...
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    By Dianne Anderson One old anti-affirmative action loophole made it possible for 16 Black students to access scholarships this year, a workaround to the long-term negative impact that is still being felt decades later in low-income communities of color. Most likely, the Cal State University Fullerton students who received their $1,500 scholarships this year were ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Out in the collegiate expanse, Caryn Lewis-Bugg is certain that someone could use $1,000 or more scholarship dollars, but that’s not what she’s seeing in their annual competition. Judging by the slow response in applications, the organization is pushing its application date back to draw in more takers. She is sure someone ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Dr. Jamal Myrick is thinking ahead, trying to beat financial aid deadlines to get more Black students into higher education, which usually starts with paying the biggest bill. Probably the worst part of being a low-income student in California is that they usually aren’t aware there’s a good chance they qualify to ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Kathy Johnson has seen the roadblocks many times before. Just the thought of a few small strings attached to free money and scholarships is enough to keep some students from the competition to enter lucrative fields of finance and accounting. Many don’t try because they mistakenly think they need to have a ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Exceptional students that make it through the local NAACP Riverside Branch ACT-SO annual competition is a huge event in and of itself, but for recent scholarship winners, the $2,500 to $5,000 is just more icing on the cake. ACT-SO students won’t be able to physically go to the coveted national convention for ...
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    By Dianne Anderson About this time last year, Clarisa Howard set out at the onset of COVID-19 wanting to give something of substance back to the community, something that would stick with the teens and adults long after they put their crayons down. In “Clarisa Can: A little Girl’s journey to Success” Howard imparts timeless ...