About New England HERC
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Supporting Black Scholars from the Start
Where Our Scholars Go
Over 90% of our scholars attend the top 100 colleges in the nation and over 80% attend the top 50 colleges. More than that, over 40% of Thrive Scholars attend Ivy League+ schools.
Graduating from an elite college can directly impact earning potential. Elite colleges offer smaller class sizes, stronger student support services, and better financial aid packages. That means a better learning experience and, for our Scholars, usually little or no college debt upon graduation. Elite colleges are a pipeline to leadership in America, opening doors of opportunity. 49% of corporate leaders and 50% of government leaders graduate from only 12 selective colleges and universities.
To see more visit, https://www.thrivescholars.org/programs/our-model/
Prepared to thrive, our alumni are changing the face of leadership across America.
Thrive Scholars currently supports over 660 underrepresented students attending high schools and top universities all over the country. Our diverse alumni network consists of over 1,300 Scholars, many of whom still remain active participants in the program.
Together, we’re forging paths to extraordinary futures.
To learn more, please visit, https://www.thrivescholars.org/scholars/meet-thrive-scholars/
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HOW $5M IS HELPING BLACK STUDENTS PREPARE FOR AND LAND CORPORATE JOBS
NOVEMBER 10, 2022
In 2022, there have been 803 Thrive Scholars, including 307 Black Americans. That means the $5 million raised from corporate sponsors this year helped support those students through high school and college by paying for programs that students are enrolled in.
ACADEMIC BOOT CAMP HELPING UNDERSERVED HIGH SCHOOLERS SEE PATH TO COLLEGE
SEPTEMBER 2, 2022
Scholars spent six weeks in an academic boot camp of sorts at Amherst College. They told Boston 25 News anchor Kerry Kavanaugh what they learned about themselves is just as important to their future success.
Thrive Scholars prepares low-income students for college success
JULY 11, 2022
Leslie Mercedes was the first in her family to attend college in the U.S. She recently graduated from Boston University, where she studied business and marketing. She's now gearing up to start a management program. She credits nonprofit Thrive Scholars.
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A Mission Rooted in Equity
The mission of Thrive Scholars is to help high-achieving, low-income underrepresented students get into and graduate from top colleges equipped to achieve their full career potential.
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