Work, work, work, work, work, work: Rihanna has added another project to her résumé.
In addition to her worldwide “Anti” tour, her Puma line, her collaboration with Manolo Blahnik, a Peter Berg-helmed documentary, and her expected cosmetic line, the Grammy winner announced she will be helping to send kids to college starting this fall. RihRih will be aiding international and American students attend U.S. colleges, starting with the 2016-2017 academic year. Scholarships will be funded through her foundation, the Clara Lionel Foundation, which Rihanna founded in 2012 and named after her grandparents. According to the foundation’s site, the CLF is “a 501C3 organization which works to improve the quality of life for communities globally in the areas of health, education, arts and culture.”
Applications for scholarships are open to U.S. citizens or citizens of Brazil, Barbados, Cuba, Haiti, Grenada, Guyana, or Jamaica, and grants will range from $5,000 to $50,000. Students must have already been accepted to a four year accredited American college or university.
Rihanna announced the news on Monday, writing on Instagram, “I’m very honored to announce the launch of the @ClaraLionelFDN’s Global Scholarship Program today!!! Congrats to the class of 2016!!”