McDonalds Continues Efforts to Assist HBCU Students And Announces Expansion of Their HBCU Platform
Posted By: Reggie Culpepper on October 13, 2020 |
In July, it was reported that McDonalds would be starting a $500,000 scholaship fund to help HBCU students return to college this fall.
The latest news out of the McDonalds camp is that they plan to expand on that program through their Black & Positively Golden movement. This expansion would be a part of their continued efforts to further invest in the next generation of community leaders. To assist with launching these programs, McDonalds has also partnered with ESSENCE Girls United, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), and iHeartMedia.
Here are some of the programs that would be part of this initiative:
To find out more about the pitch competition, Black & Positively Golden HBCU Scholarship surprises, and McDonald’s upcoming homecoming celebration programming, go to https://news.mcdonalds.com/news-releases/n...
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