The Shawn Carter Foundation to Take high school students On HBCU Tour

HipHop News Posted on April 24, 2019 at 6:12am

The Shawn Carter Foundation to Take high school students On HBCU Tour

Because a mind is a terrible thing to lose.

April is the month when students of the secondary schools of the ramp to your future visits to the university.

Jay-Z is giving service to many of these students to make the trek to historically black college and university campuses along the East Coast..centered-ad {

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The megastar Shawn Carter Foundation has partnered with Toyota for the 12 annual HBCU tour to the units of new York and new Jersey-area students on a seven-day trip to the 11 HBCUs located between Washington and Atlanta, Georgia.

The schools on the tour include Howard University, North Carolina a&T, Morehouse and Spelman College.

The manager of the selected students for the tour, meet with admissions counselors of the university and former Shawn Carter Foundation academic and the ambassadors of the students in the HBCUs. Students selected for the tour has already been accepted to at least one university.

Before the tour, there are 125 invited to the secondar


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