HEAR PROVIDES FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AND A COLLEGE SUCCESS PROGRAM TO LOW-INCOME CHICAGOLAND HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS WHO DEMONSTRATE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE, COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY, AND PERSONAL INTEGRITY IN THEIR PURSUIT OF A COLLEGE EDUCATION.
Meet The New HEAR Scholar Class of 2025!
From top left: Zainab A. (University of Southern California), Jaelen B. (Howard University), Montana B. (Howard University), Grace C. (UIUC), Charity C.. (North Carolina A&T), Amiya D. (Spelman College), Merna D. (UIC), Abby D. (Loyola University), Roderick E. (Xavier University of Louisiana), Isai H. (University of Miami at Ohio), Luz M. (University of Michigan), Nicole M. (University of Michigan), Jacobi M. (Morehouse College), Joceline O. (UIC), Deen S. (UIUC), Hassam U. (UIUC), Francesca W. (North Central College).
With almost 800 applications to become a HEAR Class of 2025 Scholar, the review and selection process was unprecedented. This smaller, yet mighty group of 17 young men and women have shown true grit and determination throughout high school and demonstrated commitment to their communities in many different ways……
We are delighted to welcome these students into the HEAR Family of scholars this fall. We are certain these outstanding young men and women are destined for great things and look forward to supporting them throughout their college careers.
We look forward to sharing more information with you soon!
HEAR Scholars Share The Importance Of A HEAR Scholarship In These Selfie Videos.
The Application Cycle for our HEAR 2022 Scholarship will start in October. Check back for more information and a link to apply.
We look forward to welcoming a new class of HEAR Scholars to our growing family!
The HEAR Scholarship Foundation awards a $20,000 tuition scholarship to Chicagoland High School seniors from disadvantaged homes, who demonstrate commitment to their community.
Scholarships are paid directly to the college, in increments of $5,000 a year, for four years of higher education.
Applicants need to prove they have financial need, must fulfill HEAR’s minimum academic requirements, and show that they are of outstanding character and caring, active members of their communities
For more information on our scholarship, please click here.
Mentoring is an essential part of our program. HEAR pairs every new Scholar with an adult mentor.
They serve as guides to our under-resourced and often first-generation scholars throughout their college careers.
Mentoring is well-documented as being key to ensure college perseverance and completion.
Become a mentor for one of our future scholars and feel a sense of satisfaction knowing that you personally made a difference in someone’s life.
If you, or anyone you know, are interested in learning more about becoming a mentor, please contact us at email@example.com.
Over $2,800,000 in scholarships granted since 2010.
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