Power:Ed, a philanthropy of SC Student Loan, has awarded grants to South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities, Richland Library Career Online High School, Lexington-Richland School District 5, American College of the Building Arts, Carolina Youth Development Center, and Ground Zero.
Teachers’ Supply Closet received a $25K grant and the Greenville Literacy Center received a $145.7K grant, both from Power:Ed.
The Literacy Center in Bluffton, SC has received a $57,050 grant from Power:Ed. The grant will help them continue developing a literate workforce.
Power:Ed, a philanthropy of South Carolina Student Loan Corporation, has awarded $150,000 to Trident Literacy Association and $30,000 to the SC School for the Deaf and the Blind Foundation. Trident Literacy Association offers literacy programs to adults that promote vital life skills, and...
Power:Ed has awarded a total of $160,000 in grants to Multiplying Good and the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce Education & Workforce Foundation.
Power:Ed has awarded their inaugural grant to the South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (SCICU), a 501c3 non-profit with the mission of promoting independent higher education in South Carolina.
The $50,000 grant will help SCICU provide scholarships to rising juniors and seniors...