21 Savage Establishes $100K Scholarship For High School Students

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The rapper is teaming up with a financial services tech company for the second year in a row. 

Rapper 21 Savage and the financial tech company Chime have teamed up to deliver Bank Account Financial Literacy Campaign and $100,000 in scholarships for the second year in a row.  

This partnership will deliver education on financial literacy through 21 Savage’s Leading By Example Foundation and the organization will concentrate on 9th through 12th grade students.  

Students will participate in a six-course online program and after completion, they will have the opportunity to apply for $1000 Bank Account Program scholarships. The program was initially launched in October of 2020.  

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Chime put out a new promotional campaign narrated by 21 Savage to coincide with the release of the campaign.  

“Growing up in Atlanta, the hustling energy just rub off on you,” 21 Savage says in the promo. “Financial literacy is important because that’s one of the main things that you need to operate and be successful as an adult. I just wanted to come up with something that could kids have some understanding of what to do with that money.” 

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