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Reading: Homeless 17-year-old boy wins $3m scholarship to study Engineering in the US.
Reading: Homeless 17-year-old boy wins $3m scholarship to study Engineering in the US.

Homeless 17-year-old boy wins $3m scholarship to study Engineering in the US.

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Homeless 17-year-old boy wins $3m scholarship to study Engineering in the US.
Homeless 17-year-old boy wins $3m scholarship to study Engineering in the US.

Tupac Mosley, a homeless 17-year-old from eastern Tennessee, wowed his colleagues after graduating as Raleigh Egypt High School’s top student.

The homeless wandering boy managed to become the top student in his class despite suffering difficulties like homelessness, street abuse, and exposure to violence he kept a 4.3 GPA and was accepted into more than 40 American universities.

Along with the Gates Bridge Scholarship, he was awarded a total of $3 million in scholarships to attend the University.

“I was more than ecstatic and pleased and amazed that it was that much when I heard that I got $3 million,” Mosley disclosed to Fox 13.

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Tupac’s father had died and his family was unable to pay their debts facing drastic financial issues. They were eventually evicted from their home and have been residing in various residences throughout Memphis, United States since then.

On the day of graduation from High School, Mosley thanked his principal and his friends for being motivating to his life.

Fourtanetly, they learned about “For the Kingdom”, a nonprofit organization that helps urban children and teens make positive choices while simultaneously providing a camping site.

Tupac was blessed to have the chance to spend time with his family. Tupac has registered at Tennessee State University in the United States to pursue a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering.

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