Excerpt: I think that the greatest piece of advice that I received was from my mentor within Atria, Denisea Hayes. And she really taught me to own my development and if there was something that I felt that I needed to get stronger at -- don't be afraid to develop that weakness and turn that into a strength. Thurgood Marshall College Fund have influenced my professional development by giving me the essential skills that I need to interact with my peers, my coworkers, and just people around me and all over my professional network.
I think that the greatest piece of advice that I received was from my mentor within Atria, Denisea Hayes. And she really taught me to own my devel Read More >
Primary Headline: Devin Frederick
Secondary Headline: South Carolina State University
Sub Headline: Department of Defense - AFRL Intern
Excerpt: “If it wasn't for TMCF... My academic prowess wouldn't be as strong. TMCF really taught me the value of an education and that specific skills are really needed to advance within any situation in life."
Primary Headline: TMCF CONGRATULATES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE WHITE HOUSE INITIATIVE ON HBCUs, JOHNATHAN M. HOLIFIELD
Secondary Headline: Press Release
Sub Headline: September 18, 2017
Excerpt: Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) applauds President Trump’s decision to name a new executive director for the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Johnathan M. Holifield has more than 20 years of multidisciplinary business and government experience, which will help lead the critical work of developing a robust policy and budgetary agenda to positively impact HBCUs, including our 47 publicly-supported member-schools.
Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) applauds President Trump’s decision to name a new executive director for the White House Initiative on Histori Read More >
Primary Headline: The White House Should Postpone Its HBCU Conference
Secondary Headline: Op-Ed
Sub Headline: September 14, 2017
Excerpt: Our students and our leaders deserve more than to be a catalyst for liberal or conservative groups to use the conference as an agenda amplifier; especially when HBCUs have hard work ahead in securing partnerships to promote and to bolster institutional strengths in STEM, national defense, public health, secondary education, entrepreneurship and business management.