Education

$500K dedicated for scholarship program for Pittsburgh housing authority residents

8.24.22

From TribLive:

The Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh said affiliated nonprofits have dedicated more than $500,000 over four years to help students living in HACP housing with college tuition.

HACP’s nonprofit affiliate Clean Slate E3 and its partner organization NEED are offering scholarships to 23 new recipients and nine returning students. The group of 32 students is the largest in the scholarship program’s 13-year history.

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