The Elaine Bryan Foundation Invites Applications for Scholarships
The Dr. Elaine Bryan Foundation is inviting applications from tertiary and high school students for scholarships to the Global Education Consultants Group (GECG) – Microsoft summer mentorship programme.
The Foundation will be awarding 10 scholarships to the programme, which will see students visiting the Microsoft Office in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States.
The scholarships will cover the cost of the programme, and includes meals and materials used.
“All is required of the students is to write a short essay, just a page long, just so I can see who they helped before and I can see what their strengths are, how proud they are of being Jamaican. Talk about their plans to give back to Jamaica and that sort of thing. A group of us will look at the application and determine which one we will give funding to,” head of the Foundation, Dr. Elaine Bryan, said in a recent interview with JIS News.
Interested applicants may download application forms here
Email application along with essay to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for submissions is June 17, 2017
About The Elaine Bryan Foundation
The Elaine Bryan Foundation was established in 2010, after Dr. Bryan received the Atlanta Mayor Phoenix Award, the Judge Glenda Hatchett Mentorship Award for outstanding service in the field of education, and the Georgia School Counselor Association (GSCA) Counselor of the Year Award.
The Elaine Bryan Foundation belief is that all students can improve academically if supported by everyone in the learning environment. The curriculum should be flexible and all students should have access to computers.
The Foundation believe in “The What What What Approach” – what you do with what you have determines what you become.™ As a Microsoft Education Partner, their main goal is to improve the academic and career success of students through private and public partnerships.
This was first announced on JIS.ORG