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Monday, September 10, 2012

$100,000 Scholarship MC Lyte HipHop Sisters

MC Lyte / UW-Madison $100,000 First Wave Scholarship Presented by Hip Hop Sisters Foundation

IT COULD BE YOURS AND IT STARTS HERE:
    • Develop your craft with nationally renowned spoken word and hip hop artists; 
    • Find out how to merge your art with professional development to build a career;
    • Give back through service projects that combine multicultural arts and activism;
    • Have a chance to show off your talent across the United States, and the world.
IT ISN’T TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE.  IN FACT, IT’S ALL MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE MC LYTE  / UW-MADISON FIRST WAVE SCHOLARSHIP:
    • Open to high school seniors applying for fall 2013 admission to UW-Madison;
    • You MUST fill out an official UW-Madison application for admission beginning Saturday, September 1, 2012;
    • You MUST complete & submit your UW-Madison application by Monday,October 1, 2012.
IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES, SIGN UP TO GET MORE INFORMATION TO FIND OUT THE NEXT STEPS IN THE PROCESS.

   Submission Deadline: October 1, 2012

               Click HERE to apply.
                  The winner will be announced in collaboration with this year’s Soul Train Music Awards week.

 

About Hip-Hop Sisters Network
Founded by MC Lyte, the legendary lyricist and iconic hip-hop pioneer, Hip Hop Sisters Network includes Hip Hop Sisters Artistry, which provides a platform for female artists to showcase their talents in an environment of encouragement and respect, as well as Hip Hop Sisters Foundation, which is a non-profit charity that promotes positive images of women of ethnic diversity by bringing together leaders from the world of Hip Hop, the entertainment industry, and the corporate world.  HHS provides national and international support to women and youth around the globe on the topics of: Cultural Issues; Financial Empowerment; Health and Wellness; Mentorship; and Educational Opportunities.  Advisory board members include Faith Evans, Ledisi, Jada Pinkett Smith, Chilli, Russell Simmons, Cheryl "Salt" James, Malinda Williams, Kelly Price, Malcolm Jamal Warner, Kenny Lattimore, Melanie Fiona and Dr. Benjamin ChavisJoin the Movement:  www.hiphopsisters.org

 

1 comment:

  1. Blessings to Lyte and her partners for putting together something to help empower ladies. Its needed, because ladies come first, and as men, we should make sure we take care of our ladies. I'm a supporter.

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