Albany State University Forms Partnership With Walmart

AlbanyStateAlbany State University in Georgia has entered into a partnership agreement with the nation’s largest retailing firm, Walmart. The partnership will include scholarships, internship opportunities, in-kind contributions from Walmart to the university, and job readiness workshops led by Walmart professionals in fields such as logistics, law, and transportation management.

Students interested in applying for a Walmart scholarship must be a U.S. citizen, enrolled full time and earn at least a 2.8 grade average on a 4.0 scale.

Chanta Haywood, interim vice president for institutional advancement at Albany State University, stated that “I am pleased that Walmart has recognized the urgent needs of ASU students and will help fulfill their dream of a college education.”

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