Diamonds Do Good Diversity Scholarship Grant
Diamonds Do Good is excited to announce a grant for students to receive a GIA Education. The grant, expressly for students from the Black, Indigenous, Person Of Color (BIPOC) or other underserved communities in the United States, will take a positive step in the direction of allowing for more diverse and inclusive talent throughout the diamond and jewelry industries.
The scholarship covers a 7-week Distance Learning/1-week on campus lab through the Graduate Diamonds program with GIA.
The Graduate Diamonds Program teaches an in-depth, hand-on experience with the GIA International Diamond Grading System. This education and accreditation advances the student and puts them on a path to become an Auction House Jewelry Specialist Diamond Buyer, Diamond Sorter/Grader, Jewelry Business Owner, Retailer, or Wholesaler.
– You must be over 18 years old with a high school diploma or GED
– You must be a U.S. citizen or a Permanent Resident of the U.S.
Applications accepted until Saturday, May 15th at 11:59 pm EST.