Small Business Selects Entrepreneurship Scholarship Winner

The innovative eco-conscious luxury start-up Diamocycle has awarded its Inaugural Scholarship for Future Entrepreneurs to college student Shelby Ragin. 


Ragin is a Cornell School of Hotel Administration undergraduate who, along with being a full-time student, has founded her own business. Ragin’s venture, College Tax Comeback is dedicated to increasing financial literacy among college students by offering education classes and one-on-one tax filing support. Since the age of seven, Ragin has always known that entrepreneurship was her calling. She spent her childhood being surrounded by business owners and attending business ownership workshops. Ragin is proud to take her passion to Cornell where she now studies and runs College Tax Comeback. 

Diamocycle is proud to offer Shelby this scholarship to support her in her goals and in her continued success in her field. Diamocycle released a statement saying, “Ragin embodies the Diamocycle vision of educating people to achieve their financial goals and to be innovators in their field. Congratulations to Shelby, and we wish her the best of luck!”

The Diamocycle Scholarship for Future Entrepreneurs was established by Diamocycle Founder and CEO Jonathan Dwight to help young entrepreneurs achieve their dreams. 

Founded in 2020, Diamocycle specializes in helping clients sell their loose diamonds, rings, and diamond jewelry. Diamocycle’s innovative and educational business model and marketplace supports clients in selling their diamonds for maximum value, while also aiming to sustain the environment and give back to the surrounding community. 

College students and entrepreneurs are encouraged to apply for future iterations of the scholarship at: The next deadline is June 30th, 2021. 

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