Believe in my American Dream

THEY COME FROM THE NORTH SIDE, WEST SIDE, SOUTH SIDE AND SUBURBS.

They are no strangers to adversity and conquer challenges head on. They represent the Chicago-area’s rich cultural diversity. Most importantly, they know getting an education is the key to their success. And, with the help of the Pullman Foundation, they are achieving their American Dream.

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Support the dreams of the next generation

In the 1950s, The Pullman Foundation

was one of the first foundations to award scholarships to women and people of color to attend college.

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More than 14,000 people

have received Pullman Foundation Scholarships.

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News That Matters
Sherwin Greenblatt: Journey to become Bose president started with scholarship

01.14.19

When Sherwin Greenblatt (Massachusetts Institute of Technology ‘62) met with his high school guidance counselor during his junior year, she encouraged the budding engineer to aim high when applying to colleges. “I didn’t know much about colleges,” he recalls. “When she told me I should look at MIT, I told…

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