The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation

The Harry & Reba Huge Foundation is a non-profit providing scholarships and opportunities for student scholars with the drive and potential to be leaders.

The Harry & Reba Huge Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit providing scholarships and opportunities for student scholars with the drive and potential to be leaders. Through international student and professional exchange and development programs, students, donors, and teachers are given the chance to expand their view and excel.Students receive unparalleled personal attention from the Foundation's f

[10/13/15]   Hello Huge Scholars! We would like to remind everyone of our annual Huge Foundation Reunion. Harry and Reba Huge, along with the other members of the Foundation Board, would like to invite you to the 3rd annual Huge Foundation Reunion. This time we will be gathering for lunch and hope you can join.

When: November 15 (Sunday) at 12:00 noon
Where: Country Club of Lincoln (3200 S. 24th Street)
Dress: Business Casual

Please RSVP by Nov. 1, 2015 to Hannah Wilson at [email protected] whether or not you plan to attend. We are eager to to see everyone, so I hope as many of you as possible will join us. If you know now that you'll be attending, please let us know at your earliest convenience.

nwusports.com 07/29/2015

NWU Women's Basketball Tops Nation in GPA

Congrats from The Huge Foundation!

nwusports.com NWU Women's Basketball Tops Nation in GPA

07/29/2015

College of Charleston on Instagram: “Here's a sneak peek into what it's like to study abroad as...

What an amazing video about studying abroad featuring some of our Huge Scholars from College of Charleston!

“Here's a sneak peek into what it's like to study abroad as a #CofC student! Kaya Tollas and Polina Aleshina studied in Maastricht, Netherlands, this…”

citadel.edu 07/28/2015

Huge Foundation establishes Mohr/Huge Scholarship at The Citadel - The Citadel - Charleston, SC

http://www.citadel.edu/root/huge-foundation-scholarship-citadel

citadel.edu The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation announced that beginning this fall it will provide a scholarship for full tuition to one cadet entering The Citadel from high school. The Dr. Lawrence C. Mohr/Huge Scholarship was created by Harry and Reba Huge to honor their long-time friend and Huge Foundation Bo…

thehugefoundation.org 07/24/2015

DVH Scholarship Fund and Huge Foundation Press Release – July 21, 2015 | Huge Foundation News...

http://www.thehugefoundation.org/news-media/dvh-scholarship-fund-and-huge-foundation-press-release-july-21-2015/

thehugefoundation.org 07.24.2015 DVH Scholarship Fund and Huge Foundation Press Release – July 21, 2015 Dorothy Vorderstrasse Huge Scholarship Fund for Women And The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation PRESS RELEASE July 21, 2015 The Dorothy Vorderstrasse Huge Scholarship Fund for Women (the “Scholarship Fund”) and the Harry…

[07/23/15]   Hope everyone is having an amazing summer! Two things:

1. Please send your transcript if you haven't already (I'm missing a few)

2. Estonia Reports: Please send those along with pictures before the end of summer.

Thanks!!!

07/16/2015

Last week the The Huge Foundation hosted a special dinner at the Yacht Club with our friends Jaak Lippmaa and his daughter Heleene from Estonia, who met her College of Charleston roommate in person for the first time, Eliza Starr!

07/16/2015

The Huge Foundation is a proud sponsor of this event hosted by GVN and many others!

Happening now!

07/15/2015

Here is an article written in the Superior Express News Paper regarding our recent trip to Estonia with Huge Scholars!

http://superiorne.com/NewspaperComplete/27wk02July2015/pages/A03.htm

NGAL Pitch Event - June 19th 07/07/2015

NGAL (Network Globally, Act Locally) is a program shared by three institutions: the University of Tartu in Estonia, Nebraska Wesleyan University and the College of Charleston. In this program, teams consisting of one student from each university develop and then pitch their respective products. The teams are purposely interdisciplinary, meaning that each one includes a business major, a technology related major and a student majoring in the liberal arts. These students met in person for the first time in late March when the 12 Americans (along with five faculty and staff) traveled to Estonia to participate in a week-long startup camp. Since that time, each team has worked virtually to develop the product it will pitch on Friday. The pitch contest will be the culmination of a full week of activities on the College of Charleston campus that NGAL’s directors have labeled a “launch camp.”Judges for the pitch contest included Hugh Lane, Chair of the Bank of South Carolina and Kevin Burns, a partner in TPG. In addition to these dignitaries, the Estonian Ambassador to the U.S. – Eerik Marmei – will also attend the competition. According to College of Charleston information management professor Chris Starr, who directs the College’s involvement in this program, “The NGAL program empowers students to enter the 21st century world through globally scalable, socially connected, tech entrepreneurship. In NGAL, students across cultures, languages and time zones unite in product development and execution.” NGAL is supported by the Harry and Reba Huge Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit headquartered in Charleston that provides scholarships and opportunities for students with the drive to become leaders. The NGAL program is one component of the foundation’s efforts to foster partnerships between South Carolina and the Country of Estonia.The NGAL pitch competition took place on Friday, June 19th in the Wells Fargo Auditorium at the College of Charleston, beginning at 10:00 a.m followed by a lunch in the Beaty Center.

NGAL (Network Globally, Act Locally) is a program shared by three institutions: the University of Tartu in Estonia, Nebraska Wesleyan University and the College of Charleston. In this program, teams consisting of one student from each university develop and then pitch their respective products. The teams are purposely interdisciplinary, meaning that each one includes a business major, a technology related major and a student majoring in the liberal arts. These students met in person for the first time in late March when the 12 Americans (along with five faculty and staff) traveled to Estonia to participate in a week-long startup camp. Since that time, each team has worked virtually to develop the product it will pitch on Friday. The pitch contest will be the culmination of a full week of activities on the College of Charleston campus that NGAL’s directors have labeled a “launch camp.”Judges for the pitch contest included Hugh Lane, Chair of the Bank of South Carolina and Kevin Burns, a partner in TPG. In addition to these dignitaries, the Estonian Ambassador to the U.S. – Eerik Marmei – will also attend the competition. According to College of Charleston information management professor Chris Starr, who directs the College’s involvement in this program, “The NGAL program empowers students to enter the 21st century world through globally scalable, socially connected, tech entrepreneurship. In NGAL, students across cultures, languages and time zones unite in product development and execution.” NGAL is supported by the Harry and Reba Huge Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit headquartered in Charleston that provides scholarships and opportunities for students with the drive to become leaders. The NGAL program is one component of the foundation’s efforts to foster partnerships between South Carolina and the Country of Estonia.The NGAL pitch competition took place on Friday, June 19th in the Wells Fargo Auditorium at the College of Charleston, beginning at 10:00 a.m followed by a lunch in the Beaty Center.

[07/07/15]   Huge Scholars who traveled to Estonia: Please be sure to send Caroline your report as soon as possible.

Thanks!

[07/07/15]   Current Huge Scholar Reminder: Please send Caroline your 2014-2015 Transcript as soon as possible to receive your 2015 stipend.

Thanks!

[06/30/15]   Huge Scholars: Did you study abroad this summer or take a cool vacation? Share it with us! ---> [email protected]

06/30/2015

Huge Scholar, Zach Sturman, from College of Charleston in front of Air Force One while interning in Tallinn, Estonia.

NGAL Reception - June 18th 06/29/2015

Harry and Reba hosted a reception the night prior to the pitch event for the students, judges, faculty and other community members to gather and get to know each other. (Please tag yourself)

Harry and Reba hosted a reception the night prior to the pitch event for the students, judges, faculty and other community members to gather and get to know each other. (Please tag yourself)

nebrwesleyan.edu 06/26/2015

History Professor Reflects on her Experience in Charleston During Tragic...

nebrwesleyan.edu On Wednesday, June 17, six Nebraska Wesleyan University faculty, administrators and staff were in Charleston, S.C. — the same day as the tragic...

[06/26/15]   Huge Scholars that went to Estonia May 2015: Please be sure to send Caroline your Estonia Report from your trip. Thanks!

[06/26/15]   Active Huge Scholars: Be sure to e-mail your transcripts over to Caroline ([email protected]) for your 2015 Fall scholarship.

First NGAL Meeting in Estonia - March 2015 06/26/2015

The Network Globally, Act Locally (NGAL) is an international, interdisciplinary, social entrepreneurship program. NGAL brings together students and faculty from the University of Tartu (Estonia), Nebraska Wesleyan University and the College of Charleston. Six teams of three students, one from each university, provide competencies in computing, business and the liberal arts. The interdisciplinary teams are applying lean startup methodology via agile scrum to identify and understand social problems and develop sustainable, globally-scalable technical solutions. The program includes and emphasizes academic, social and international aspects of university student engagement.

The Network Globally, Act Locally (NGAL) is an international, interdisciplinary, social entrepreneurship program. NGAL brings together students and faculty from the University of Tartu (Estonia), Nebraska Wesleyan University and the College of Charleston. Six teams of three students, one from each university, provide competencies in computing, business and the liberal arts. The interdisciplinary teams are applying lean startup methodology via agile scrum to identify and understand social problems and develop sustainable, globally-scalable technical solutions. The program includes and emphasizes academic, social and international aspects of university student engagement.

06/24/2015

Congrats to the 2015 Cabela's Women in Leadership/Huge Foundation Scholarship recipients this year!

Cabela’s Women in Leadership (WIL), partnered with the Harry and Reba Huge Foundation, has recently announced their 2015 scholarship recipients. Each recipient is a Nebraska native and have shown tremendous qualities and skills that have earned them this year’s honors which include a $10,000 scholarship ($2,500 a year for four years), opportunities for mentoring from women in leadership positions at Cabela’s as well as internships with the company. Congratulations to Kylie C. of Omaha, Jessica H. of Kimball, Tymber L. of Lincoln and Michaela V. of Gretna. Be on the lookout for 2016 WIL scholarship application information coming out at the end of the summer.

nebrwesleyan.edu 06/23/2015

Fulbright Commission Selects NWU Sophomore for Summer Institute to Wales | Nebraska Wesleyan...

Huge Scholar, Gwen Plouzek, a Nebraska Wesleyan University Sophomore is off to Wales: 1 of 60 in U.S. selected for Summer Fulbright Institute.

https://www.nebrwesleyan.edu/press-and-media/news/fulbright-commission-selects-nwu-sophomore-summer-institute-wales

nebrwesleyan.edu Nebraska Wesleyan University sophomore Gwennan Plouzek is one of 60 college students from the United States and the United Kingdom selected to participate in the prestigious Fulbright Summer Institute.

06/23/2015

Harry speaking at the beginning of the NGAL Pitch event!

06/22/2015

The Network Globally Act Locally #NGAL Pitch event happened last week! Here is a video from the pitch event of everything that lead up to the event and some interviews of students and faculty that participated. Thanks College of Charleston for putting this together.

06/22/2015

UT Startup Lab

Idea Lab has moved to Charelston for a while!
NGAL Launch Camp in College of Charleston just started, we keep you up-dated

06/22/2015

UT Startup Lab

Temperature is rising here in Charleston: inside and outside! Working hard for NGAL Demo Day tomorrow!

06/22/2015

UT Startup Lab

Night before final event! UT NGAL team - so smart and pretty!

06/22/2015

UT Startup Lab

NGAL Pitch Event 2015 finished! Congratualions to all winners and learners!

06/22/2015

Here are some more photos from #NGAL

Some moments of NGAL life!

06/22/2015

The Huge Foundation was so happy to host the NGAL Pitch competition on June 19th here in Charleston. Thanks for posting these pictures Nebraska Wesleyan University!!

Welcome home to this NWU group who is returning today after a week in South Carolina. Students finished a 3-month social entrepreneurship course where they teamed with students from the University of Tartu in Estonia and the College of Charleston to present a project before a group of angel investors — all made possible by the Harry and Reba Huge Foundation.

06/16/2015

#NGAL week in Charleston has begun!

The first day of the #NGAL Launch Camp was a success! Thanks to our guest speakers this afternoon, John Osborne and Mark Richards '88, for sharing their business startup knowledge and experience. #Estonia #NebraskaWesleyan #CofC #ICAT #SiliconHarbor #HarborEntrepreneurCenter #HarryAndRebaHugeFoundation

06/15/2015

If you've never been to Charleston, South Carolina, here is The Huge Foundation Head Quarters on The Battery!

[06/10/15]   Safe travels to everyone traveling to Charleston in the next few days for the NGAL events next week. We look forward to seeing everyone!

[06/08/15]   Current Huge Scholars: Hope you have had a great 2014-2015 school year! Please be sure to send your transcripts to Caroline as soon as possible for scholarship renewal in the fall.

Congrats to all the Huge Scholars that graduated this past spring!

[06/04/15]   Hope everyone is having a great summer! We just uploaded our Estonia pictures. Please fee free to like, tag and share this amazing opportunity. If you attended this trip, don't forget to email Caroline a one page reflection on your experience and a picture or pictures, if possible.

Huge Scholars Travel To Estonia May 2015 06/04/2015

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