Tennessee State University Student Selected for Visa Black Scholarship Program

Nashville, Tenn. (TN Tribune) — Tennessee State University student Jala Turner has been selected for the Visa Black Scholarship Program. She is a freshman from Lawrenceville, Georgia.

Turner received this prestigious scholarship for his dedication to academic excellence, commitment to financial literacy, and outstanding community service. She competed with high school students from across the country and was one of the few students in the state to be selected.

Turner is proud to represent Tennessee State University in this illustrious program. She is also a TSU cheerleader and excited to continue the legacy of attending Tennessee State University behind her parents, brother, and a host of family members.

The Thurgood Marshall, Visa Black Scholar program includes the following:

$20,000 annual scholarship

· Mentored a Visa employee throughout her 4 years of undergrad

· Year-round training

Opportunity to develop key technical, professional and leadership skills

In-Person Visa Summit at California Headquarters

Paid internship with Visa

Guaranteed job offer with Visa at the end of your studies

oh Must maintain GPA and other requirements to continue participating in the program


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