The 2019-20 Youth Financial Literacy (YFL) Foundation Scholarship is available for high school seniors and college freshmen. The organization is giving away $400,000 in scholarships this year and the first place award is $25,000.
Danielle won the $6,000 first place award in 2015. Watch the video below for more information about this scholarship opportunity.
Stay tuned to our YouTube channel for tips and advice on how to win this scholarship.
What did it take to execute the 2019 In My Bag Tour? It took commitment, dedication, persistence, and relentlessness to say the least. Take a look at the work Corey, Kevin, and I did behind the scenes to execute the Danville event.
Need to catch up on the videos that document our progress? We have a playlist for you on Dough 4 Degrees’ YouTube channel! More videos related to the 2019 In My Bag Tour will be shared via YouTube in the coming weeks.
Dough 4 Degrees does most of its business virtually so it’s always pleasure to speak with families in person. On Wednesday, August 21, 2019, Danielle Jeffers, Founder of Dough 4 Degrees, spoke to parents and students at Forest Park High School in Woodbridge, VA about the importance of earning scholarships to graduate debt-free.
Watch a replay of Danielle’s presentation here.
Would you like Danielle to come to your area and speak about scholarships? Watch the video below and use our website to book Danielle.
If my life were a movie, I would give my first ticket to my Grandma Jeffers. I have peace now because I know she has an eternal seat next to the King.
I’ll love and miss you forever, Grandma J!
I’m blessed to be giving back to my hometown of Danville, VA and my co-founder’s hometown of Philadelphia, PA! Corey Hackett-Greene, Kevin Stephenson, and I have collaborated between our two companies, No More Interviews and Dough 4 Degrees, to give 500 bookbags filled with school supplies and 200 teacher appreciation gifts in August 2019.
Our joint effort is known as the In My Bag Tour. You can learn more about our collaboration on our website at www.inmybagtour.com.
This is only possible because of the support of our communities and those who love us! I will never fully be able to express the depth of my gratitude to each one of you all, but I hope you know my heart is overflowing with love.
I pray this video gives you a look at our work behind the scenes and encourages you to make a donation at https://www.gofundme.com/in-my-bag-tour. Thank you for all of your support and love! ❤️
Peace, blessings, and prosperity,
Dough 4 Degrees is collaborating with No More Interviews, LLC to give back to their hometowns. Danielle Jeffers, the founder of Dough 4 Degrees, and Corey Hackett-Greene and Kevin Stephenson, the co-founders of No More Interviews, are giving 500 bookbags filled with school supplies and 200 teacher appreciation gifts to each location on the In My Bag Tour.
The two locations for this year’s tour are Danielle’s hometown of Danville, VA and Corey’s hometown of Philadelphia, PA. Watch the video below and visit our website at inmybagtour.com to donate, sponsor, volunteer, and more.
I earned my degree, crossed the stage and celebrated with my family. But, how did my college experience change me?
Watch the video below for five lessons I learned throughout my four years at Virginia Tech. Feel free to comment below the video with any questions or concerns you have.
This is the absolute worst thing you can do if you need money to go to college.
Building a business in college is beyond challenging. It stretches you to form a new set of habits which include sacrificing your social life to fulfill the vision for your idea.
Building a business in college is one of the craziest things you can do considering that most people choose to enroll in a college to increase their chances of getting a job.
My experience of building a business in college taught me more about the importance of intellectual property, networking, and reputation management than any class ever could.
Watch my video, “A Day in the Life of a Student Entrepreneur,” for a look into my life as a business owner.
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I have learned more in the last four years than any other period of my life. The bulk of my education didn’t come from within the four walls of the traditional classroom.
My life-changing education came from the testing of my faith and the shaping of my character. My two favorite teachers are God and Thomas Harrelson, Jr.
This video contains the highlights of my journey over the last four years. I explain what I did to earn more than $200,000 in scholarships to graduate debt-free from Virginia Tech.
You won’t learn everything, but you may learn something that you didn’t know before.
As a student at Virginia Tech, I often wondered why students weren’t committed to graduating debt-free. I questioned why an extreme amount of focus was placed on binge drinking during the weekends and not on increasing our net worth.
As a graduate who has a better understanding of Americans’ nonchalant attitude toward debt, I strive to educate those who are pursuing a college degree.
One of the most recent discoveries in my findings in the difference in my journey and those of my peers’ is “The Advantage of the Kid Who Knows How to Hustle.” Please watch the video below for insight into how an unmatched ability to overcome every obstacle will positively impact your life.