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We Are The Joyce Ivy Foundation
Learn about the Foundation's impact from Scholars, alumnae, parents, and supporters.
COVID-19 Update: The Joyce Ivy Foundation continues to closely monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and prioritize the health and safety of our students. We remain committed to naming, supporting and celebrating a cohort of 2020 Joyce Ivy Summer Scholars - read more about this fantastic group here. We are in close communication with our higher education partners regarding all summer programs. If for the safety and well-being of students our partners decide to cancel their summer programs, we will explore other options for Scholars to engage with our partner institutions, either virtually or in person at a later date. Please visit our JCAS page and Gala page to view individual updates regarding our in-person spring programming.
The Joyce Ivy Foundation is a non-profit, 501c3 organization committed to the academic advancement and leadership development of young women from the Midwest.
We are a source of scholarships and information. The Joyce Ivy Foundation Summer Scholars program provides scholarships for talented high school women from the Midwest to participate in summer academic programs on the campuses of our college partners.
We are a forum for ideas. The Joyce Ivy Foundation College Admissions Symposium brings together students, families, educators and admissions officers to exchange critical information about applying to — and paying for — college. Our Mentoring Circles are a chance for our Scholars and alumnae to connect with mentors and one another. Our reports contribute to national debates about college access.
We believe in the transformative power of educational experiences that stretch comfort zones and raise aspirations.
We believe in the potential of young women.
The Joyce Ivy Foundation is a registered 501c3 organization in good standing with the Internal Revenue Service.
Annual financials on Form 990 are available upon request.