Secondary Headline: Winston-Salem State University Alumni
Sub Headline: Leadership Institute Class of 2009
Excerpt: Thurgood Marshall College Fund has given me the tools necessary to become an effective servant leader, and the access to great opportunities. When I wake up in the morning I know that my purpose is clearly defined in one word. Service.
In 2009 Thurgood Marshall College Fund bent down to help me pick up my boots. That year I learned the true concept of servant leadership. TMCF serves Read More >
Primary Headline: Alex McKee
Secondary Headline: Southern University
Sub Headline: Leadership Institute Class of 2016
Excerpt: "If it wasn’t for the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, my future goals would not have been as attainable. I was raised on the saying, “it takes a village to raise a child.” TMCF without a doubt has contributed to that village and eased certain burdens within my life. TMCF invested in me as a college student and that investment has inspired me to be an investor in future endeavors of my life. I stand eternally grateful to TMCF for allowing me to be able to not just chase my dreams but to realize my dreams."
Primary Headline: THURGOOD MARSHALL COLLEGE FUND CELEBRATES 30th ANNIVERSARY YEAR WITH BLACK-TIE AWARDS GALA
Secondary Headline: Press Release
Sub Headline: October 24, 2017
Excerpt: The Thurgood Marshall College Fund is celebrating 30 years as the premier organization for advocating, supporting and investing in our nation’s publicly-supported Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HCBUs) and Predominantly Black Colleges and Universities (PBIs) at its 30th Anniversary Awards Gala, October 23, 2017 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel.
WASHINGTON, DC – (October 18, 2017) – The Thurgood Marshall College Fund is celebrating 30 years as the premier organization for advocating, suppo Read More >
Primary Headline: Title III Controversy is Moment to Showcase Real Partnership Between Dept of Ed, HBCUs
Secondary Headline: Press Mention
Sub Headline: October 20, 2017
Excerpt: Leaders from HBCU advocacy organizations will meet tomorrow with members of the US Department of Education to discuss a dramatic change to Title III Part B – an essential funding initiative which helps HBCUs to launch or complete critical projects in campus construction and renovation, academic development, research enhancement and student support.