Excerpt: "I am a reflection of Justice Thurgood Marshall because... I was successfully able to secure a full-time career opportunity following graduation, and also give back my time and resources to the next generation of TMCF leaders through diversity & inclusion recruiting through my role as a Solutions Specialist at Microsoft."
"If it wasn't for TMCF's vision of exposing student leader's to top, talent managers and industry recruiters, I would have never had the opportunity t Read More >
Primary Headline: Olivia Joy Stinson
Secondary Headline:Winston-Salem State University
Sub Headline: Leadership Institute Alumni
Excerpt: The quote "to whom much is given -- much is required" is something that I have learned to live by and I've had a lot of opportunities presented my way and for me -- you can either take it and you can use it and have a big ego or you can take it and you can use it to give back. Last year, I came to Leadership Institute as a student and this year I'm here now as a working professional here to give back to the students that are here.
FAMU Education Students Selected as Thurgood Marshall Fellows
June 18, 2018
FAMU College of Education students Tiyana Herring, De’Keria Hunter, Tanelia Walton and recent graduate Jenay Gurdon have been selected as 2018 Thurgood Marshall College Fund Teacher Quality and Retention Program Fellows. Read More >
Where Grad Students Struggle With Loan Repayments
June 15, 2018
The findings reveal that the type of sector of a higher ed institution -- public, private or for-profit -- doesn’t necessarily determine whether graduates will have success paying down loan debt after leaving. Read More >