Programming Impact – Fall Updates

Volunteer programming is at the heart of all we do. A variety of community needs have been served through these ongoing initiatives:

Ten Uplift Scholars completed the LEAD program. One of the LEAD scholars was selected to be a finalist in the business presentation competition. Two of the ten scholars received a $10,000 scholarship to attend an east coast University.

Food Security

Uplift Saturday Food Drives – MFF and The MINT Foundation kicked off another year of fi...

Inspiration Abounds with the Digital Lab Robotics Workshop

Ericsson’s African-American Alliance Employee Resource Group and The Melville Family Foundation (MFF) organized the seven-day summer camp at Uplift Peak (Dallas) and Uplift Mighty (Fort Worth) for students, aged between 11-14 years old. Uplift Education is the largest charter school network in the Dallas/Fort Worth region and is dedicated to providing a college preparatory education to all students in North Texas, currently serving 21,000 scholars across 43 schools. The camps followed a...

ABPA Distinguished Alumni Award

The Association of Black Princeton Alumni (ABPA) has selected Randolph (Randy) and Rev. Dr. Lael C. Melvill as co-recipients of the ABPA Distinguished Alumni Award. This award recognizes alumni, who are successful in their careers and have brought honor to the name of Princeton University by exemplifying the highest ideals and traditions captured in the phrase “Princeton in the Nation’s Service and in the Service of Humanity”.

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