The school equities club at the University of Maryland has been awarded $1 million in funding to help provide scholarships to students who will attend college in the District.
The club, which was founded by a former U.S. Olympic skier, has been working with the University College in Maryland to help with the scholarship program, which will give up to $1,800 to students.
The club is working with U.C.-M.D. to identify additional students to help fund their studies.
“The club has been very successful in getting students to participate,” said Katie Wintrich, the club’s president.
“There’s been a lot of support from other alumni, from other schools, and from alumni.
There are a lot more people interested in coming to our clubs.”
Wintrich said the club is also planning to help other student clubs in the Washington area.
She said the clubs is trying to provide scholarships for as many students as possible, with an emphasis on students from low-income backgrounds.
“We have a few students from high-income families, and we’re trying to make sure we have scholarships for students who have those kinds of families,” she said.
The club is part of a national effort to help students from disadvantaged backgrounds, according to Winty, who said the organization is trying new and different approaches. “
And we’re going to make the best use of what we have.”
The club is part of a national effort to help students from disadvantaged backgrounds, according to Winty, who said the organization is trying new and different approaches.
“I think there’s a lot that we can learn from other people who are doing it, and it’s a good thing to learn from,” she added.
Students who are accepted into the scholarship programs will be paid $25 per week for a semester, $60 per semester for the entire year and $120 per semester after the first three months of the program.
The program will also offer a $25 financial aid scholarship for students from families with incomes below $75,000.
The university also plans to match the money donated to the club with additional scholarships for low- and middle-income students.