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Scholarships That Build Bridges To Unlock Opportunities

Dr. Stephanie Young
Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga / Facebook
Dr. Stephanie Young

“Together We Can” is one of the most successful college scholarship programs for public high school students in this area provided by the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga.

Since the Foundation established the scholarship in partnership with the City of Chattanooga in 1992, more than 1,500 students in Hamilton County have received more than six million dollars in scholarships.

“Together We Can” is just one of the scholarships administered by the Community Foundation, where Dr. Stephanie Young is Director of Scholarships.

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