Please join us at our Annual Award Ceremony on August 20th to recognize our awardees and meet our mentors. We welcome Steve Pemberton, Democratic candidate for the US Senate, who will share his story of defying insurmountable odds he faced growing up and how presence of a community around him provided the vital support he needed.

Mentorship focused Financial Support

Helping low-income, need-based students succeed in college

Our Mission

Anaya Tipnis Foundation's mission is to help low-income, need-based students succeed in college by providing them with mentorship focused financial support along with access to internship opportunities.

A network of mentors (counselors, educators, industry professionals) actively work with the scholars in their journey as they transition to college. We strive to understand their challenges and help them achieve their goals.

Our Approach

 We envision making a material impact on the college outcomes of low-income students. We believe Financial Support is only one of the components for successful outcomes.

Financial
Financial
Each year up to four students are selected for Anaya Tipnis Scholarship Award. The scholarship award is up to $3,000 annually to each student.
Mentorship
Mentorship

All scholars work with mentors who provide guidance on academic, financial, and other college transition-related challenges.

Internship
Internship

All scholars have the option to participate in a six to eight week internship program with partner organizations. These organizations include university based research labs, local technology companies, financial institutions, public and private entities.