Furthering higher education and cross-cultural experience to accelerate social change.
Why Women, why undergraduate degrees?
Ready to make a difference? We have two scholars arriving fall, 2020: read about Makena and Gertrude, then make a gift to ensure the have all the support they need.
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1. July 21, 2020: [Rescheduled from March 10] Come visit us at Women Powering Change in Denver to learn about Africa's Tomorrow scholars are creating the next generation of global leadership. General admission is free!
2. Following the SEVP announcement on July 6th:
We are disappointed to hear that the Trump Administration has created a new barrier for African women's pursuit of higher education by demanding that they, and their American colleges, choose between education at a distance - which protects everyone's health from the COVID pandemic - and staying in the US to continue studies.
We have reached out to our participating colleges, receiving prompt replies and assurances from most that the international teams are on this; they are doing everything possible to comply with the requirements to keep international students on campus and progressing in their studies. We will continue to follow up with each scholar and each institution until we have a firm plan for each of our scholars to move forward in her studies.
June 1, 2020: Our community of support raised over $11,000 in May to support rural African women to go to college! Thank you!
February 16, 2020: Africa's Tomorrow was featured as an Impaction Innovator. Watch the conversation, here.
January 2, 2020: Winter Reunion Meet & Greet - come meet seven Africa's Tomorrow scholars at African Grill and Bar in Lakewood, Colorado. No cost to attend, RSVP here.
January 1, 2020: Our community of support raised over $30,000 in December alone to support rural African women to go to college!
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A MENTOR?
Access to opportunity is not equally distributed (learn more), and we need you! Learn more about our new mentorship program and what it takes to become a mentor. Contact us for more info.
We have 5 grads from 2019 and 2020, 6 active scholars, and 3-5 expected to arrive in fall, 2020.
Our 11 active scholars and graduates represent 9 African countries.