By Kenny Sandorffy


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Celebrities helping students with Scholarship


Discover how 8 celebrities empower students with scholarships, breaking down financial barriers for education.

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Ms Puiyi: Empowering Students Worldwide - Social media influencer, Ms Puiyi, offers $1 million in scholarships to underprivileged students, granting equal opportunities for success.

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Ms Puiyi Scholarship


Empowering Creativity - Hosted by David Letterman, this scholarship offers up to $10,000 to support telecommunications students showcasing their creativity.

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Letterman Telecommunications Scholarship


Honoring a Musical Legacy - Yoko Ono's tribute to John Lennon offers US students a chance to jumpstart their music careers with $20,000 awards.

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John Lennon Scholarships


Rihanna's Impact - Rihanna's foundation supports education in the US for students from select countries, offering scholarships from $5,000 to $50,000.

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Clara Lionel Foundation Global Scholarship Programme


Empowering Drama Students - Baldwin's scholarship at NYU supports freshmen with artistic talent, academic achievement, work ethic, leadership, and financial need.

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Alec Baldwin Drama Scholarship


Transforming Futures - Over 1,000 students supported with scholarships, early training, and a path to free university education at the University of Akron.

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LeBron James Family Foundation


Empowering Students in STEM -'s foundation offers scholarships, STEM learning centers, and home foreclosure assistance programs to provide opportunities for financially burdened students.

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Supporting Guitarists in Need - Sponsored by UNCF, this scholarship assists talented guitarists pursuing music studies at undergraduate level.

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Jimi Hendrix Scholarship Fund


From Puiyi to Jimi, these celebrities create life-changing opportunities through scholarships. Let's continue supporting students.

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