In 28 years, 6,500 Page Grants awarded to 4,200 Page Scholars
Page Scholars from 128 different MN High Schools
Page Scholars attending over 104 colleges and universities Statewide
325 schools and community sites impacted across Minnesota
64,000 children mentored by Page Scholars since 1988
420,000 service hours performed by Page Scholars since 1988
28 years of Creating Heroes Through Education and Service
Since 1988, more than 4,200 students have pursued their post-secondary education at Minnesota institutions with help of Page Grants from the Page Education Foundation. To date, more than 6,500 Page Grants have been awarded. That’s over $13 million that have helped Minnesota students attend 104 institutions across the state.
To receive a Page Grant each Page Scholar must complete a 50 hour Service to Children Project. As mentors and tutors, Page Scholars work with children in kindergarten through eighth grade, helping them see education in a positive light and giving them confidence that they too can reach their goals. As a result, 420,000 service hours have been performed to date, impacting about 15,000 students each year.
To celebrate Alan’s work and commemorate his recent retirement, the Page Education Foundation has established Alan’s Fund for Future Scholars. Continue Alan’s work to make Minnesota’s future better for our youth by giving a special contribution to the Page Education Foundation.
Donations to Alan’s Fund will be used to expand scholarships and secure the future of the Page Education Foundation. Our Page Scholars will “pay it forward” by mentoring and tutoring children who could become future Page Scholars.
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