The Hivery 'We Rise' Scholarship Program
Inspired by Maya Angelou's poem, Still I Rise, and the powerful, brave work of women everywhere, we launched The Hivery 'We Rise' Scholarship Program in 2016 to empower, contribute and support passionate, bold beings who work tirelessly toward equality.
In October 2017, we will announce two 'We Rise' Scholarship awardees who are making an impact and working toward equal treatment of human beings regardless of gender, race, beliefs, age, income, or sexual orientation.
If you or someone you know is making an impact toward equality, please apply or share our 'We Rise' Hivery Scholarship program application. The Fall 2017 application is now closed. Stay tuned for updates!
The Hivery 'We Rise' Scholarship awardees will receive:
- A 6-month Unlimited Membership to The Hivery
- Mentorship opportunities
- $500 impact contribution to your organization
- A complimentary evening rental of The Hivery for a fundraiser
- Free member event participation
- Profile in The Hivery directory and community board
- Blog feature and social media exposure to The Hivery community
// congratulations to our 2016 Scholarship Winners!
Jessica Hollinger, Marin Grassroots Leadership Network
Marin Grassroots Leadership Network’s purpose is to build the capacity of low-income African-American, Latino and Southeast Asian communities to advance public policy that promotes social and economic equity in Marin County in alignment with the Equal Voice framework.
Marti Grimminck, International Connector
International Connector's global millennial network drives innovation + change for businesses to adapt their thinking for the future, while at the same time, providing skills and opportunities to youth in 190 countries regardless of their background or credentials.
To see all We Rise Scholarship semi-finalists, please visit our blog HERE