Apply for the Joan Duncan Foundation Scholarship program sponsored by the Jamaica Money Market Brokers (JMMB). The Joan Duncan Foundation scholarship program provides financial assistance to students in all major local recognized educational institutions in Jamaica who are well-rounded students involved in their schools and communities.
Joan Duncan Foundation Scholarship Requirements
Joan Duncan Foundation Scholarships are now open and ready for you to apply! Applicants of the Joan Duncan Foundation Scholarships are required to have a minimum “B” average and shall be identified by their educational institution as individuals who are financially challenged.
The Joan Duncan Foundation scholarship program will accept requests for funding from March 1st to May 31 for the current academic year, for study up to the first degree level.
Interested student applicants of the Joan Duncan Foundation scholarships are required to submit the following three (3) documents:
- Letter of request for assistance
- Letter from School identifying individual as being financially challenged
- School Grades
Applicants of the Joan Duncan Foundation Scholarships should ensure that all applications have telephone and/or email contact information included. Candidates who are shortlisted will be contacted to complete a comprehensive application form.
About the Joan Duncan Foundation Scholarship Program
The Joan Duncan Foundation is committed to the development of national projects which develop, support and steward transformational initiatives in education and entrepreneurship that will ultimately lead to a more prosperous and abundant society.
Even if you have never heard the name ‘Joan Duncan’ her name will forever stand as the feisty female pioneer of the Jamaican money market, her life can and will serve as an inspiration – for her life was a successful journey that began with a personal mission. It was a mission that would guide the founder of Jamaica Money Market Brokers in all she did and would help to mold the company into the unique organisation it is today.