We are thrilled to announce this year the launch of the 1,000 Dreams Fund, an exciting new scholarship fund and platform aimed at empowering young women through $1,000 scholarships (or micro-grants) for critical out-of-classroom experiences and educational expenses.

As an ambassador for UChic, Farrah Krenek shares her inspirational story and advice in a video.

Couldn’t make it to the University of Kansas launch of the 1000 Dreams Fund? Don’t worry, we took enough photos to make you feel like you were there!

As an ambassador for UChic, Farrah Krenek will be sharing her inspirational story and advice with University of Kansas students tonight at “Dare to Dream KU!”

What does it mean to have a big dream and begin working towards it while in school? Can your dream be accomplished in college? Yes!

My dream is to help impoverished children.

Scholarships are important among college students. Nowadays, college tuition can run up to more than $50,000 a year (that’s some serious dough). The price of tuition weighs on us when we’re applying to our dream schools. And it is even more stressful after graduation when we have 6 months to start paying back the loans. However,

After dedicating four (or more) years of your life and tens of thousands of dollars to one degree, it’s reasonable to expect a long and successful career in your chosen field. The reality is that your major at 18 may not end up being your dream job at 26 – and that’s OK. According to

We all know talented young women among us. But our research found that over 95% of high school and college-aged women lack access to funding for those critical educational expenses and out-of-classroom experiences that can change lives. WE ARE OUT TO CHANGE THAT. UChic is launching OUR FIRST PRODUCT – the “Gracie” computer case – on Indiegogo today. The campaign