The estimated 1.1 million undocumented students in the U.S. aren't eligible for federally funded tuition aid, a fact that didn't sit well with Ric Elias.
So in 2012, the CEO of Fort Mill-based Red Ventures Internet marketing firm started Golden Door Scholars, a nonprofit that gives scholarship money to undocumented students. He invested $1 million assuming it'd last for a few years.
Every cent - and an additional $300,000 he raised from private donors - was given away that year after 500 students applied.
This year's application process ends Nov. 1. Find out more information, including how to apply and donate, here.
Sa if you are ready to loss weight check out this http://adf.ly/1gahJ4
Did CL everrr do the research on who set up the standards for these ponds?…
Convicted felon steps from vehicle. Felon has loaded stolen pistol in hand, hammer back and…