Graduation for the class of 2020 will look a little different in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic, but celebrities like Serena Williams, Stephen Curry and Kevin Hart are going the extra mile to make sure their achievements are honored in a special way.
Williams, Curry and Hart are teaming up with Chase for a live virtual graduation celebration on May 2 at 2 p.m. The event invites all 2020 graduates to interact using the hashtag #ShowMeYourWalk.
The trio already gave some advice to graduates on Instagram.
"This is a way for everybody to collectively step up and celebrate that class that's put so much work in," Curry said. "Finding any way to create opportunities to celebrate themselves I think is huge and what we hope to accomplish."
The celebrities will not only be there to celebrate the class of 2020's successes, but also to offer them advice for the future during this uncertain time.
"My advice would mainly be to never doubt yourself," Williams told "GMA." "Self-belief is really important right now because the economy is changing and a lot of different things have changed, but that doesn't mean that your goals and what you want to create has to change."
Hart wants graduates to know that although times are tough right now, embracing both the good and the bad in life are key to finding success.
"There's going to be peaks, there's going to be valleys, there's going to be dips, there's going to be some cobblestones along the way," Hart said. "Welcome all of that and understand that it's life. At this point, embrace life to the fullest and use everything to your advantage -- all the good and the bad. I think when you have that type of mindset you're putting yourself in the best position to be happy."
"It's always progress over perfection," Curry said. "It's about finding joy and happiness in what you do. That is only accomplished by learning lessons and taking some risks and putting in the hard work and investing in yourself over and over again."