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Harvard College welcomes four Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholars

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Four Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholars — Ezekiel Adigun, Kayci Baldwin, Edith Benavides, and Rainjade Chung — are now students at Harvard College.

The foundation, which awards high-achieving students who have had to overcome economic and in some cases personal adversity to succeed, first awarded these students as eighth-graders when they were selected for the foundation’s Young Scholars program. The college scholarships represent the second phase of their relationship with the foundation, which will provide support to these students for as long as 14 years (from high school, to college, to graduate school).

For more on the foundation and a complete list of recipients, visit the foundation’s website.