Seminole State receives $50,000 grant from Orlando Magic Youth Fund

Seminole State receives $50,000 grant from Orlando Magic Youth Fund

Seminole State receives $50,000 grant from Orlando Magic Youth Fund

The Foundation for Seminole State College has received a $50,000 grant from the Orlando Magic Youth Fund, a McCormick Foundation Fund (OMYF-MFF), to support first-generation students at the College.

“The financial support from the Magic helps so many first-generation students who otherwise may not have the circle of support to go to school, but also the resources needed to be successful and get into that job that they want,” says Dr. John Gyllin, executive director of the Foundation for Seminole State College.

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