The Feminist Mindset Revolution Fund was founded to make Clutch College events and UnF*ck Your Brain advanced trainings more accessible. The grants for each event will honor a different feminist thinker, activist, or inspiration.
We are thrilled to be offering our inaugural round of scholarship grants from the Fund for Clutch College LIVE (Online) in honor of Grace Lee Boggs.
Born to Chinese immigrants, Grace Lee Boggs was an American author, social activist, philosopher, and feminist who worked tirelessly as a rights activist for over seven decades. She believed that in order to enact social change, one must dismantle internalized oppression. As Boggs said: "The oppressed internalize the values of the oppressor. Therefore, any group that achieve power, no matter how oppressed, is not going to act differently from their oppressors as long as they have not confronted the values that they have internalized and consciously adopted different values."
Grants will range from $500-$2000. Please carefully consider your financial needs in your grant request, understanding that the overall grant fund is limited; the more accurate you can be in identifying the minimum amount needed to make your participation possible, the more people can receive support.
Please also carefully review the participation requirements for scholarship recipients when you click "submit" on this form.
Applications are due before 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, April 18. You will be notified whether your application is accepted later in April. If you are notified that you have received a grant, you will have 24 hours to pay the balance of the pay in full price, or to put down the first of several installments. The minimum amount due at this time from you will be $1,500, but it may be more depending on the size of the grant and remaining balance.
As a reminder, if you don't receive a grant, there will likely not be a full tuition spot available to Clutch College LIVE (Online) at that point, as these events sell out of full-tuition spots within 48 hours as a rule. If you are able to enroll in a full tuition spot in order to attend, we recommend you do that to ensure you get a spot. This scholarship is intended for people who would not be able to attend otherwise.