Helping Moms With An Education

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Young College Mothers Corp., founded in April 2021, is a 501c3 non-profit organization that assists college mothers with resources, opportunities, and services throughout their college matriculation. The founder is a graduate in the field of Computer Science. She is also a higher educational ... Read More

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Young College Mothers Corp., founded in April 2021, is a 501c3 non-profit organization that assists college mothers with resources, opportunities, and services throughout their college matriculation. The founder is a graduate in the field of Computer Science. She is also a higher educational professional, wife, mother of two and an advocate for young mothers achieving their educational and career goals. Her life's journey from being a teen mom to college graduate and now successful business owner inspires her to continue to give back and provide support to her community.  One of our primary goals is to provide annual scholarships to help with educational and living expenses such as textbooks, supplies, housing, transportation, childcare, etc. For many working or parenting mothers, living expenses far exceed the cost of tuition. We hope to alleviate some of the potential stressors of simultaneously being a mother, provider, and student. In addition, community outreach and food insecurity are two of our top priorities.

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Chasity Brown, on behalf of

Young College Mothers, Corp.

We need your help by supporting college students with limited resources due to family obligations. Our goal is to provide financial support to offset expenses related to tuition, textbooks, childcare, etc.

Chasity Brown

Chasity Brown is a higher education professional with over 15 years of experience. She holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Talladega College located in Talladega, AL. Her expertise and training included six sigma and managing operational duties of business.

Tallahassee, Florida

Helping Moms With An Education

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Helping Moms With An Education

Chasity Brown, on behalf of

Young College Mothers, Corp.

We need your help by supporting college students with limited resources due to family obligations. Our goal is to provide financial support to offset expenses related to tuition, textbooks, childcare, etc.

Chasity Brown

Chasity Brown is a higher education professional with over 15 years of experience. She holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Talladega College located in Talladega, AL. Her expertise and training included six sigma and managing operational duties of business.

Tallahassee, Florida

Helping Moms With An Education

Young College Mothers Corp., founded in April 2021, is a 501c3 non-profit organization that assists college mothers with resources, opportunities, and services throughout their college matriculation. The founder is a graduate in the field of Computer Science. She is also a higher educational ... Read More

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Young College Mothers Corp., founded in April 2021, is a 501c3 non-profit organization that assists college mothers with resources, opportunities, and services throughout their college matriculation. The founder is a graduate in the field of Computer Science. She is also a higher educational professional, wife, mother of two and an advocate for young mothers achieving their educational and career goals. Her life's journey from being a teen mom to college graduate and now successful business owner inspires her to continue to give back and provide support to her community.  One of our primary goals is to provide annual scholarships to help with educational and living expenses such as textbooks, supplies, housing, transportation, childcare, etc. For many working or parenting mothers, living expenses far exceed the cost of tuition. We hope to alleviate some of the potential stressors of simultaneously being a mother, provider, and student. In addition, community outreach and food insecurity are two of our top priorities.

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