Does your organization help low-income youth access and complete college or vocational degrees?
You may be eligible for financial support to help you reach more students.
The Evergreen National Education Prize—launched by The Greenwald Family Foundation in conjunction with the Nudge4 Solutions Lab at the University of Virginia—will award $125,000 to an organization that can demonstrate evidence of increasing college or vocational success for low-income students and that has a plan to scale its program’s impact.
The winner will also receive public relations and marketing support and will have access to experienced advisers from the fields of education technology and business.
US-based nonprofit or government organizations, including education and workforce development programs, are encouraged to apply.
Applications are open now until Aug. 31. Interested parties must complete a quick, 30-minute application.
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