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Prairie View A&M Foundation Kicks off Passports For Panthers Initiative (295 hits)

September is Passport Awareness Month. Last year Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) was able to sponsor more than 400 students with passports to Study Abroad and the Prairie View A&M Foundation is hoping to exceed that effort on November 15, 2018, during International Education Week.

The Prairie View A&M Foundation in partnership with PVAMU International Programs are seeking donations to go towards this program. The current cost of a passport is $145 and the first goal is to secure funds to finance 100 passports for students.

They are seeking donations of any amount, as collectively every amount counts.

Support the Prairie View A&M Foundation to maximize the effectiveness of contributions for future excellence in education, research, service, and athletics at PVAMU.





To make a donation to the passport program through PVAMU International Programs visit the Prairie View A&M Foundation website.


https://www.pvamu.edu/
Posted By: Elynor Moss
Wednesday, September 12th 2018 at 10:13AM
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