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New $125K Prize for College and Vocational Success Among Low-Income Youth
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8/4/2018 at 4:18:07 PM GMT
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New $125K Prize for College and Vocational Success Among Low-Income Youth
We all know the importance of expanding economic and educational opportunity for low-income youth, assuring they have the resources and support to attain success in college and in their careers. Thousands of organizations across the country are engaged in this mission, managing innovative, cost-effective, and scalable programs that expand opportunity for low-income students.

The Evergreen National Education Prize (EP), 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 among low-income youth.

In addition to receiving the $125,000 award, the winner of the Evergreen Prize will benefit from ongoing public relations and marketing support to promote their program and access to experienced advisors and leaders with expertise in education technology and business.

Applications are open now until August 31. If you are interested, please go to www.evergreenprize.org and complete a quick, 30-minute application today.

Please share this announcement out with your networks. Learn more here and contact info@evergreenprize.org with any questions.

Thank you to the following organizations for their generous support!

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