Inclusive University Network
LGBT Historical Archive
Youth Program - The youth program is designed to help equip parents with LGBT+ youth the tools to facilitate positive growth within elementary and junior high. The youth program will help collect school supplies for local schools and build programing specifically designed for youth and families that will promote authenticity and acceptance.
LGBT Historical Archive - The historical archive is centralizing the history of the LGBT community in the United States. With a centralized view we will be able to see the challenges, the wins, the losses, and the sacrifices that the community has made that has led us on the path to where we stand today.
LGBT Education Library - The educational library is a collection of white papers designed to help raise awareness for outstanding issues that the LGBT community manages either as a community or by individuals. Each contribution should help the community see the other side of experiences that they may not understand or have been exposed to.
Volunteering – The Proud Scholars Volunteer program is designed to help individuals with student loans to connect with our community support partners, log volunteer hours and Proud Scholars will send a payment to your Navient student loan account. This program is designed to balance our financial strategy to help student as they go into collage and when they finish their degree program.
Inclusive School Network - The inclusive school network connects parents and students with schools that understand the value of diversity and that support students with opportunities to be recognized for who they are and help them succeed.
All of our services cross stateliness and communities. As we build our program we will replicate our services for each community that we enter. With the help of valued chapter teams we will strengthen the community by supporting education and diversity.
Scholarships – The Proud Scholars Scholarship program and associated network is designed to help individuals reduce the amount of financial debt that they would naturally accrue going into college. The scholarship network will help students take advantage of every funding opportunity at the national level. The network contributing programs are not affiliated with Proud Scholars.
Internship – The Internship program is designed to help students better understand how nonprofits function by including them in organizational programs, event management, and board functionality. Each seat within our board has an internship opportunity. Email us at email@example.com for more information and guidance to the engagement that you are looking for.
Adult Learning Fund - The Proud Scholars Adult Learning fund is designed for working adults that are going back to school or starting their first class. The Scholarship is available to adults older than 25 and that are enrolled in classes at colleges, universities, or trade schools. Click the picture to the left to download and start your application process. This program is only available while funding is active.
Homeless Shelter Support - In some cases we are able to dedicate special funding towards social programs that help LGBT+ youth find housing and return to school. This support has conditions for each youth requesting support and must be supported in their local city.