As a part of the program, grant recipients will be offered dedicated partner support, seed funding invested into the development of their channels, and the opportunity to participate in bespoke training, workshops and networking programs.
Meet the class. One of the creators from the 2023 class is Jasmine Taylor from Baddies & Budgets. Taylor shares the highs and lows of becoming financially free as someone who grew up in poverty and wasn’t taught financial literacy. Jasmine teaches other women how to take control of their personal finances through tools and coaching. About being part of the new class or creators, Taylor says:
“This fund is going to open my business up to many opportunities. Exposure is everything and Youtube is amazing for enabling black creators to grow their platform. This experience will enable to further monetize and grow my business and brand. I’m so excited to get started. A major part of my brand is education and outreach, more channel exposure means that I can reach more women and in turn help more women to take control of their personal finances.”
Other creators included in the new class are:
Dig deeper. Meet the rest of the 2023 class on the YouTube Blog. Check out videos from the class here.
Why we care. If you’re interested in participating in an upcoming class, stay tuned for more information on how to apply. In the meantime, congrats to all of the creators in the class of 2023! If you want to support the creators, subscribe to their YouTube channels and show support by donating using the Super Thanks button!
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