Hearing stories about our scholars who have persevered with the help of their mentors and our staff is evidence of how Give Back is succeeding in changing the life trajectories. Here is one example that makes me very proud.
Give Back is happy to help support talented scholars in the trades.
For first time in Give Back’s history, I am not personally funding scholarships for a state, and I’m really excited about that.
At a recent Give Back event Dr. Cole, president of Montclair State University, explained to our scholars how we can all work together to build a better tomorrow.
Turns out there’s a neural link between generosity and happiness.
After many of my NIAC colleagues resigned, this is why I stayed on President Trump’s council.
Due to turbulent upbringings, only 3% of foster care youth graduate college. What can we do to change that?
What capabilities does our nation have to defend against cyber attacks?
Chris Chang and Martin Lanyan are special people and I want to take this opportunity to thank them for their generosity and kind words.
We don’t know of a group of American children with less of a chance to graduate from college due to no fault of their own.