Young Harris College and I Beat A.L.L. Inc. Create New Scholarship Program for residents of South Atlanta
Young Harris College is proud to announce that it has partnered with I Beat A.L.L. Inc., a nonprofit organization in Tyrone, Georgia, to create a new scholarship program for underserved individuals seeking higher education.
Atlanta, Georgia Feb 11, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Young Harris College is proud to announce that it has partnered with I Beat A.L.L. Inc., a nonprofit organization in Tyrone, Georgia, to create a new scholarship program for underserved individuals seeking higher education.
The Young Harris College, I Beat A.L.L. Scholarship Program is designed to meet the educational needs of Fayette County and Fayetteville. Its mission is to give students the opportunity to obtain an education that they may not otherwise be able to afford and to reward them for their academic excellence, impeccable moral conduct, and athletic abilities. The program is geared toward minority students, allowing them the experience the vast programming and opportunities at YHC, while creating a more diverse community at the school. The overall goal is for the scholarship to affect 4 students by 2023 and 44 students by 2033. $20,000 will be awarded to each student recipient. This totals nearly a million dollars, which is truly groundbreaking.
“I have always dreamed of helping students achieve their goal of higher education, regardless of their race, status, or background,” said I Beat A.L.L. Co-Founder Ketrina Mitchell. “Being blessed with this opportunity to partner with Young Harris College to provide scholarships does that dream come true. I believe we are going to change hundreds of lives together!”
“Since its founding in 1886, Young Harris College has worked to serve the educational needs of students and families that have been underserved,” said YHC President Dr. Drew Van Horn. “This relationship with I Beat A.L.L. is a positive step in continuing the College’s commitment to serving those who need a chance to succeed in their educational journeys. We are excited about this partnership, and we are grateful to our alumni and the Board of Trustees for helping this to come together in support of Fayette County students.”
Young Harris College is also pleased to announce its expansion into Fayette County, with a new satellite location in Fayetteville, Georgia. YHC is thrilled to announce this partnership and the micro-site campus and looks forward to the program participants’ success.
I Beat A.L.L. Inc Young Harris Press Conference
Date: February 20, 2023
Location: I Beat A.L.L. Inc, 1550 Senoia Road, Tyrone, GA 30290
About Young Harris College
Young Harris College is a private baccalaureate and master’s degree-granting institution located in the beautiful mountains of North Georgia. Founded in 1886 and historically affiliated with The United Methodist Church, Young Harris College educates, inspires, and empowers students through an education that purposefully integrates liberal arts and professional studies. The College has four academic divisions: Fine Arts; Humanities; Mathematics, Science, and Technology; and Professional Studies. Approximately 1,400 students are enrolled in its undergraduate, Early College, and MAT programs. The College is an active member of the NCAA Division II and remains a fierce competitor. For more information, visit yhc.edu.
About I Beat A.L.L. Inc.,
I Beat A.L.L. Inc is a non-profit organization in Tyrone, GA. We offer basketball gym rentals, summer camps, AAU and recreation basketball teams, and school programs.
I Beat A.L.L. Inc is dedicated to the empowerment of youth through education, recreation, and positive mentoring.
For more information visit: www.ibeatall.org
I Beat A.L.L. Inc., Contact: Ketrina Mitchell
Young Harris College Media Contact: Dr. Joy Hamm
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