There is great news for the high school students of Uncommon School in Brooklyn, New York. According to a report by BusinessWire, the hedge fund expert and the CEO of Dynamic Search Partners just unveiled a scholarship initiative, dubbed the Keith and Keely Mann Scholarship for Achievers. This will be special initiative and an award to be offered to one of their graduating student every year.
The award was meant to motivate and reward that one student from a low-income earning family to become a part of the large pool of next generation leaders in the world of business. According to the words of Uncommon School’s college counselor, the scholarship will ensure that whoever win the award will be guaranteed of a four year college. He expressed his gratitude, for the generous offer by Keith and Kelly and specifically, for targeting the schools.
Uncommon Schools is an organization devoted to start and manage urban charter public school of uncommon quality in United States. And with such support from Keith and Keely, the schools will achieve their mission of preparing students for a college as well as help them work toward accomplishing their professional goals.
The scholarship program will be open to any of Uncommon Schools’ affiliate where applicants will be expected a write a 1000 word application essay expressing their aspiration to join a business college and how a college education would assist them achieve their career goals. The winner of the initiative will be awarded roughly $5000 for their college’s tuition fees.
About Keith Mann
Keith Mann is a philanthropist and a businessman who believes in the strong value of education. He is the founder and CEO of Dynamic Search Partners, a company that work exclusively with alternative investments corporations.
Keith is a writer who first published his first book in 2007 (From Dusk ’til Dawn). In the year 2008, he pursued politics leading The Animal Protection Party. He stood for a parliamentary seat in Oxford West and Abingdon Constituency against a Democrat, Evan Harris in the 2010 generation election but lost to him.
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