How to get a Yellow Ribbon for a GGG program
The term “yellow ribbon” was coined in 2005 by the University of Maryland’s GGG Program.
The program helps students get a scholarship to attend a private university for free.
Its goal is to raise $1.4 million for the school, which was founded by a group of Maryland students who met at an early age.
We’ve had a lot of scholarships in the past, and they have helped us immensely, said the university’s Executive Vice President for Student Affairs, Michael J. Smith.
But for a program like this, the need for funding is not so great.
This is a program that is really a two-edged sword, Smith said.
For students like me, this is the first time I have been able to get in on the ground floor of a GAA program.
So this is a very big deal, he said.
But it is also a very small piece of the pie.
I am not going to have my GGG scholarship, said Michael Gannon, a junior studying computer science at the university.
I am going to be out of a job, and I am going get a GGH scholarship for $2,000.
But I will still have to wait for that scholarship to come around.
Smith said the program is working with Maryland students and alumni to figure out how to make it financially viable.
So far, the GGG has awarded scholarships totaling $3.2 million, he added.
In 2018, Maryland launched its own scholarship program, the Maryland GGG Scholarship.
Smith said there are plans to expand the program in 2019.