PROVIDING AFFORDABLE ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Brazos Education Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing affordable access to higher education through resources, scholarships, and information. Our philosophy is “Education 4 Everyone” and we help students reach their educational goals.
Brazos Education Foundation Mourns the Death of Scholar
The Brazos Education Foundation shares the heartbreaking news that our beautiful Foundation Scholar Alicia Martinez passed away from covid-19 on Jan. 17. She was bright, ambitious and kind hearted with a desire to help people. She completed her undergraduate degree at Baylor in 3-years and was in the process of completing her final semester for her master’s degree. We were honored to observe and celebrate Alicia’s accomplishments. We ask that you would continue to lift her family in prayer
Foundation Scholar Alicia Martinez passed away from covid-19 on Jan. 17, 2021. We were honored to observe and celebrate Alicia’s accomplishments. Read more about her by clicking on her photo.
A 21-year-old Baylor graduate student and Waco native on the cusp of graduation died from COVID-19 complications Sunday, leaving behind a community to mourn and imagine what she might have accomplished next. She was a first-generation college student studying at the School of Social Work. Her professors, as well as former teachers at Rapoport Academy Public School, remembered her as a passionate advocate for equality, a devout Christian and a natural leader. Read more about her.
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I was thinking about how in certain instances of learned poverty it takes outside influences to change the mindset. The Brazos Education Foundation really did change the trajectory of my life. I am forever grateful.
Carol Carter, University of Texas at Arlington 2015 graduate