Scholarship

Tuck Minority Business Program scholarships are made possible through the generosity of program alumni, corporations, and nonprofit foundations.

Program participants who wish to be considered for scholarship aid can indicate their interest on the program application form. Tuck will review your application to determine whether you qualify and which scholarship might be a best fit. Below are current open scholarships.

Wells Fargo

24 Scholarships available for participants in:
Building a High-Performing Minority Business
Growing the Minority Business to Scale
Digital Excellence for Minority Entrepreneurs

The Wells Fargo scholarship is available principally to current Wells Fargo suppliers and potential suppliers from diverse businesses, including those owned by racial and ethnic minorities, women, the disabled, veterans, and members of the LGBTQ community. Awards are prioritized according to the following criteria:

  1. Current Wells Fargo diverse business owners.
  2. Diverse business owners who sell goods and services and have a potential to become Wells Fargo suppliers.
  3. Diverse business owners in primary Wells Fargo markets and states.
  4. Senior managers of current Wells Fargo diverse suppliers who may not be the senior most leader of their diverse business.
  5. Other diverse business owners. 

Google

For Participants in Digital Excellence for Minority Entrepreneurs

Tuck and Google are committed to growing minority entrepreneurship and ensuring businesses of all sizes have the digital skills to compete in today’s markets. 

Participants in Google’s Small Business Supplier Diversity Program may apply for scholarship awards to offset the program tuition, books, and some meals.

For more information about becoming a Google supplier, please visit Google’s Small Business Supplier Diversity website.

Healthcare Supplier Diversity Alliance (HSDA)

For Participants in Building a High-Performing Minority Business

HSDA, Vizient, Novant Health, and Tuck have partnered to offer useful strategies for growing a minority business and being more competitive in the healthcare industry. Partial scholarship is available to offset a portion of the program fee. 

For more information, visit the HSDA website.

Communities Foundation of Texas

More information about this scholarship opportunity can be found on the Communities Foundation of Texas website.

Sundial Brands

Sundial offers a limited number of scholarships to participants in Building a High-Performing Minority Business.

 

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