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Helping Underrepresented Students Get on the Path to Economic Mobility

Higher education has a responsibility to help students, especially underrepresented students, support themselves financially post-graduation. Using leadership coaching, sharing of networks and mentoring, schools can help their learners get on the path to economic mobility.

Looking to Land a Strong Job? Braven Guides Underrepresented Individuals to Success

The Braven Accelerator arms students with hard and soft career skills, the opportunity to solve real-world problems, one-on-one mentorship, and valuable networking opportunities.

Braven: Fueling A Generation Of Diverse Leaders Through Higher Education

Aimeé Eubanks Davis was recognized as one of five Luminaries by the 1954 Project, a Black-led education philanthropy initiative to fund diverse leaders, and shared Braven’s future plans in an interview with Giving Compass.

NPO Spotlight: Braven

NPO Spotlight features Braven and its mission, history, and programs.

Local Nonprofit, Braven, Helps Rutgers-Newark Student Land Job Straight Out of College

Rutgers University-Newark student Christelle Louis shares her experience in Braven and how it provided her the ability to pursue a successful career path.

Credit Suisse : Americas Foundation Commits $600,000 to Braven

Credit Suisse announced a $600,000, two-year commitment through its Credit Suisse Americas Foundation (CSAF) to support Braven.

Walton Family Foundation awards $15 million to 1954 Project

Walton Family Foundation is awarding $15 million to 1954 Project, an initiative of the Cleveland Avenue Foundation for Education (CAFE) to embrace and advance Black leadership in the education sector, with Braven being once of its recipients.

Cisco Foundation Commits $100 Million for Climate Projects and Technology

Cisco Foundation is committing $100 million for climate projects and technology, with Braven being one of its recipients.

How to address disparities for Black students in higher ed

Providing our institutions of higher education with equitable resources tied to data-driven strategies can make meaningful differences in student success.

Through family foundation, ex-McDonald’s CEO adds education as focus in helping entrepreneurs

The CAFE aims to provide financial and capacity-building support to Black nonprofit leaders in education — leaders like Aimeé Eubanks Davis, founder and CEO of Braven.