Congressional Black Caucus Foundation awards scholarship to MBA student
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) has awarded a CBC Spouses Education Scholarship to Quentin Love, an MBA student with a focus on marketing and international studies.
The CBC Spouses Educational Scholarship is a national program that awards scholarships to academically talented and highly motivated students. The fund is operated through the district offices of the members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC).
Worth $2000, the scholarship is awarded to a full-time student who demonstrates leadership skills, participates in community service, resides or attends school in a congressional district represented by a CBC member and has a minimum GPA of 2.5.
Love’s community service involvement includes Boys Hope Girls Hope of Detroit, Student Mentor Partners and the National Black MBA Association.
“I was extremely humbled and honored that I was selected,” Love said. “The CBC is an outstanding organization and has developed a long line of successful leaders.”
The CBCF is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy, research and educational institute that aims to help improve the socioeconomic circumstances of African Americans and other underserved communities.
“Being recognized by them for my academic achievements as well as my contributions to the community continues to reaffirm my belief that others with a similar perspective value the impact I seek to have,” he said.