Jay-Z is lending a help hand to high school students with his national college bus tour.
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His nonprofit The Shawn Carter Foundation has partnered with Toyota to help scholars visit historically black colleges and universities throughout the nation.
The annual tour, which began in 2007, will bus teenagers on a seven-day trip to explore 11 different HBCUs, including institutions in Washington D.C. and Atlanta.
"The Shawn Carter Foundation—@ShawnCarterSF—is gearing up for its annual college bus tour which gives a select group of high-performing students the opportunity to visit 11 HBCUs," writes @blackenterprise. "The next stop on the tour is Howard University." https://t.co/EzReWRTcXb— Howard University (@HowardU) April 24, 2019
During the trip, the high schoolers will get to meet with college admissions counselors and former students from the Shawn Carter Foundation at each college.
The participating students are from 125 schools in New York and New Jersey and have been previously accepted by at least one school featured on the tour. Before the tour, each student was invited to participate in workshops and activities.
The tour kicked off earlier this week with visits to Spelman College and Morehouse College and Clark Atlanta University.
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