The JWN Foundation is accepting applications for their community scholarships for secondary and tertiary students by July 7, 2021. Open ONLY to students residing in communities of Olympic Way, Riverton Meadows, Majestic Gardens, Waterhouse, Seaview Gardens, Race Course, Gimme-Me-Bit, Water Lane, Vernamfield, York Town Milk River, Holland, Siloah, Thornton, Balaclava and Maggotty.
Category Archives: Jamaica scholarships
Writing an education loan request letter to your Jamaican employer should be a must for all employed students. This education loan request letter can be very helpful in paying for your education, while securing your job.
The Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) is launching a $20 million bursary initiative which will see 60 students from selected primary, secondary and tertiary schools benefitting from bursaries aimed at assisting with tuition, e-learning devices, books and other miscellaneous expenses for 2021/2022.
Applications are invited for the 2021 Community College Scholarships from Carreras Limited with awards valued at one hundred thousand dollars (J$100,000) each. This amazing scholarship opportunity closes Friday, June 18, 2021.
Learn 10 tips on how to win scholarships in Jamaica post-COVID-19 to pay for tuition in Jamaica, the Caribbean and worldwide.
The GraceKennedy Foundation (GKF) has invited Jamaican students who will be attending local universities in the 2021/22 academic year to apply for scholarships.
The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) Scholarship propels Shanae Gordon to academic excellence pursuing a degree in Bachelor’s of Education programme at G.C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sport.
YWOP/YMOP is inviting FEMALE high school, Vocational/Training Institution students to apply for the Board of Directors’ Scholarship of J$25k
It is with great pleasure that we announce that the Young Women/Men of Purpose’s (@ywop/ymop) is now accepting applications for the J$50,000 Foundation Friends’ Scholarship 2021
The J$50,000 Founders Scholarship from the Young Women and Men of Purpose’s programme to High School students of south-central Jamaica (Manchester, Clarendon & St. Elizabeth).