Are you pursuing a degree in one of the S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields? Do your career aspirations land somewhere in the TECH?!  We want to help you achieve those goals! In fact, we are so excited to kick off our FIFTH year of New Face of Tech Scholarship Program — in partnership

Do you know that, in 2020, only 20.2% of artists featured in songs that made the Top 100 charts were women?! And, that only 2.6% of all music-producing positions across the Billboard Hot 100 songs are held by women!? For these reasons — and so many more ­— we believe that supporting and empowering young

Chinese New Year — also known as Lunar New Year — is today, February 12, and we are so honored to be announcing that Yijing Brentano, Senior Vice President of Gentherm and a 1,000 Dreams Fund Board of Directors member, is funding FIVE additional scholarships for our 1,000 Dreams Fund Scholarship Program.  In recognition of the

It has been so exciting to watch our BroadcastHER Academy (powered by Allied Esports and HyperX), a fellowship program for women in gaming and esports, have such a big impact on the esports industry since our official program launch in 2019. Our BroadcastHER Academy Fellows have had incredible access to the people, places and resources

It was a fourth and FABULOUS year for our New Face of Tech Scholarship Program in partnership with tech giant HARMAN. We are so pumped about all the amazing, talented young women we get to celebrate and support — especially in a year like 2020, where students have been facing unprecedented hardships as a result of

Are you a student by day, gamer by night? Do you want to pursue a career in front of the camera or, even, behind the scenes in the gaming industry? If playing Fortnite on Twitch, becoming the next Pokimane or designing the next generation of Mario is in your future, we can help! Over the

The college experience has changed dramatically over the years. When many Boomer women went to college, junior year abroad was a dream reserved for only the wealthiest of students. Women came into college on a pretty even footing from high schools all over the nation. Some women worked past marriage, but many still chose to

Imagine trying to support a family of four on $25,000 – or less. That’s the current poverty threshold. Growing up under those constraints spurs many young women to vow that their future will be different. And they know that the first step toward that future is a college degree. The second step is picking that