Community HigherEd partners with Tulsa Teachers Credit Union

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Community HigherEd (CHE) is now a part of the field membership program at Tulsa Teachers Credit Union (TTCU). Customers of TTCU can now choose CHE as their school pride card allowing a donation be made to CHE with each signature purchase made. “We are excited to be a part of Tulsa Teachers Credit Union School […]

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Community HigherEd Awards Founder’s Merit Scholarship

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Community HigherEd is pleased to announce the first recipient of the Founder’s Merit Scholarship, which covers up to 100 percent of tuition, to Nieda Banks, Surgical Technology student at Community Care College. “Becoming a student at Community Care College and joining the Surgical Technology [Program] was the best decision I ever made, “said Banks. “They […]

Community HigherEd Awards Brighter Future Presidential Scholarship

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Community HigherEd is pleased to announce the first recipient of the Brighter Future Presidential Scholarship, which covers up to 50 percent of tuition, to Kendra Taylor, Veterinary Assisting student at Community Care College. “I’m ecstatic! When I received the phone call telling me I got it, I started crying,” said Taylor. “This is such a […]

Matthew’s Story: Transitioning Out of Homelessness

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  Stories like Matthew’s inspire us every day, and students like him are why Community HigherEd exists, to reward hard work and support the efforts of those trying to better themselves, to break the cycle of poverty and create more stories with happy endings. Learn more about how your support impacts students like Matthew or donate toward a […]

Barber Students Lend a Helping Hand (and haircut) to Veterans

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Tucked in the back of the Coffee Bunker is a recreational room, where the students from the Barber program at Clary Sage College are setting up clippers, shears, and combs, anticipating a busy, rewarding day providing haircuts to veterans and service members.  Paula Matthews, Department Head of the Barber program, said her students began this […]

 
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