Advancing the education of exceptionally promising students who have financial need
Today the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announces that two of the nation’s most generous undergraduate scholarships will accept applications this fall.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is pleased to announce that Harold O. Levy has been named Executive Director. Levy will lead the Foundation’s efforts to advance the education of exceptionally promising students who have financial need. Levy is a highly seasoned executive with strong leadership experience in the education sector, including serving as the New York City Schools Chancellor.
To advance its commitment to supporting exceptional students with financial need, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is hosting its 13th annual Scholars Weekend, July 31-August 3, at the National Conference Center in Leesburg, VA.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation today announced the 41 recipients of its 2014 Graduate Scholarships, a select group of students who will study at some of the best graduate programs in the United States and Europe.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is pleased to announce the 20 up-and-coming artists receiving the 2014 Graduate Arts Awards.
Eight advanced doctoral students from across the nation are recipients of 2014 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Dissertation Fellowship Awards.
In recognition of extraordinary achievements in their communities, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation awards Shrochis Karki and Matthew Loftus the 2014 Matthew J. Quinn Prize and Sarah Wood the Matthew J. Quinn Youth Leadership Award.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s outstanding new class of 86 College Scholars will attend some of the best colleges and universities in the nation this fall.
High-achieving community college students from low- to moderate- income backgrounds succeed academically and contribute to the intellectual life of their campuses at highly selective four-year institutions when provided the opportunity to transfer and adequate financial aid according to Partnerships that Promote Success, a program evaluation of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s Community College Transfer Initiative (CCTI) conducted by Brandeis University.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation has awarded over $4 million to 17 organizations across the nation that have shown excellence in their fields of work and share the Foundation’s commitment to ensuring that high-achieving, low-income students are academically inspired and challenged during school, after school, and in the summers.