Janice Howard-Robinson Memorial Scholarship Fund

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My late mother, Janice Howard-Robinson, stressed the importance of education for inner city youth and the power it had to shape our future. During her lifetime, she obtained her high school diploma from the Jeremiah E. Burke High school in Roxbury, MA, received her degree in Business Administration, and was a retired veteran of the U.S. Airforce. Janice spent majority of her life dedicated to making an impact in her community, particularly in veteran affairs. She fundraised for local senators and worked as a PCA for several years caring for family members as well as others. Janice Howard-Robinson had a infectious laugh, energetic spirit and touched the lives of everyone she came in contact with. She shared a vast knowledge of African-American history and culture, to anyone who would listen, while often dressed in dashikis. Janice would always say "get your education, then share what you learned with your community to assist those who aren't afforded that luxury." Unfortunately, my mother has passed from cancer approximately a year ago. I would love to keep her vision, spirit and message to life by continuing her legacy.

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My late mother, Janice Howard-Robinson, stressed the importance of education for inner city youth and the power it had to shape our future. During her lifetime, she obtained her high school diploma from the Jeremiah E. Burke High school in Roxbury, MA, received her degree in Business Administration, and was a retired veteran of the U.S. Airforce. Janice spent majority of her life dedicated to making an impact in her community, particularly in veteran affairs. She fundraised for local senators and worked as a PCA for several years caring for family members as well as others. Janice Howard-Robinson had a infectious laugh, energetic spirit and touched the lives of everyone she came in contact with. She shared a vast knowledge of African-American history and culture, to anyone who would listen, while often dressed in dashikis. Janice would always say "get your education, then share what you learned with your community to assist those who aren't afforded that luxury." Unfortunately, my mother has passed from cancer approximately a year ago. I would love to keep her vision, spirit and message to life by continuing her legacy. My goal is to raise funds to assist inner city high school students from Massachusetts, in obtaining a degree at a 4-year accredited college or university.
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