Seeking EDU

What does it mean?

How can we help you self-actualize? Information is a tool. How do your skills and knowledge help you live a better life? It is our hope that providing funding and volunteers for applied learning will improve lives for peace, meaning, and success.

Creative Ideas

EDU will support students of all ages in their quest for knowledge to help improve the communication, interaction, and general best practices within their communities.

Elevate

It is our hope that providing funding and volunteers for applied learning will make for not only better students, but better citizens.

Champion

Learn to ask questions and be balanced with the answers. Techniques in mindfullness and meditation help to synthesize the learning in the real world.

Scholarships for learners.

Sometimes we all need a little help.

Who We've Helped

We're actively pursuing connections and relationships with those individuals and institutions who are seeking to elevate their lives and their communities. Below are sampling of who we've helped so far

Rhys Graves
Individual Scholarship Recipients
Rhys Graves was EDU's first scholarship recipient. An example of real world thought and seeker of knowledge. He graduated from VCU with a degree in Philosophy in 2013.
TLC
Organizaton Recipient
An innovative program developed to synthesize spirituality and modern 21st-century living. The director combines conventional sources with his unique perspective to help individual self-actualize and live with purpose.
The Elevation Seminar
Seminar Recipient
An approach to life skills learning with a diversified approach to some of life's most difficult questions. Featuring academics, meditation, and mindfullness sessions to supple the participants with real world solutions.
VCU School of Engineering
University Recipient
EDU is supporting the efforts of engineering students at Virginia Commonwealth University by contributing to the Mark A. Sternheimer Scholarship in Honors, more specifically for the Senior Design Expo. The program teaches leadership skills in a collaborative environment and provides students the opportunity to develop projects that may lead to products innovation for benefit of society.
Ram Hacks 2015
Real Life Training
RamHacks is a 24-hour hackathon extravaganza where all students are welcome. Yes, that means those with serious coding skills as well as programming newbies.
Ram Hacks 2016
Real Life Training
EDU is a proud contributor to the RamHacks 2015 and RamHacks 2016 events. RamHacks is a 24-hour hackathon extravaganza where all students are welcome. Yes, that means those with serious coding skills as well as programming newbies. ramhacks.vcu.edu
EDU Tech Scholarship
Black Girl Code
Inspired by the efforts of BlackGirlsCode.com and their mission: To increase the number of women of color in the digital space by empowering girls of color ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology. To provide African-American youth with the skills to occupy some of the 1.4 millions computing job openings expected to be available in the U.S. by 2020, and to train 1 million girls by 2040. This scholarship is to continue support for those African American women into collegiate levels at Virginia Commonwealth University. https://acsurvey.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5614zkfpTf1oBOB

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Ram Hacks 2016

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