Journalists seeking more information on Say Yes can download a press kit that includes information on the organization's strategy and work; a primer on its higher education partners, and clips from The Washington Post, Forbes and Education Week.
Triad Today recently profiled the Say Yes Guilford program.
Say Yes director makes big promises to Piedmont-Triad students
“Dream big because if you can get there, we’re going to help you.”
2015 saw the launch of Say Yes to Education in Guilford County. Read about Say Yes Guilford’s great accomplishments in 2015 and what plans are in place for 2016.
Seven Say Yes Guilford scholars are set to receive a $10,000 scholarship as they attend a Historically Black College or University (HBCU) this fall.
The Say Yes to Education National organization and Guilford County community leaders have announced that they have reached an agreement to accelerate local control of the chapter.
Starting with students entering college in the fall of 2018, Say Yes Guilford is offering a limited number of scholarships to eligible Say Yes scholars admitted to HBCU’s.
Are you inspired by the goals and approach of Say Yes Guilford? We invite you to reach out to learn more about how you can get involved.
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