Keith Mann recently announced the introduction of Keith and Keely Mann scholarship award program in Brooklyn, New York. The MD of Dynamics Search Partners announced plans to enter into a working partnership with Uncommon Schools to help young leaders get quality college education. The award will recognize and motivate the future crop of innovative, young business leaders.
Uncommon Schools is a non-profit organization that manages chartered schools. The head office is situated in New York. It runs a huge network of about 44 public schools across New York, Massachusetts and New Jersey. The schools cater for students from low income families and prepare them for college. They aim to see all students excel and attain a college degree. This is the reason why the scholarship program was well received by the group of schools.
Joe Frick, college counsellor at one of the schools, said that Uncommon Schools was grateful for the generosity showed by Keith and Keely Mann. He reiterated that the scholarship will ensure that one student will be empowered to get a complete college education.
Details of the Scholarship
The scholarship is open to all seniors graduating from any of the schools based in Brooklyn, New York. However, only one spot is available. Applicants are expected to write a detailed essay of 1000 words explaining how a college degree will help them reach their professional goals. The application process will remain open until February 29, 2016. The eventual winner will be announced before March 30, 2016. The recipient will get $5,000 to pay for their college tuition.
Keith Mann and Dynamic Search Partners
Keith Mann co-founded Dynamic Search Partners and currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer. This top executive search firm has specialized in sourcing for top talent for hedge funds and private equity firms. It has managed to build an impressive database of skilled professionals and investment executives. They also maintain a huge network of professionals working in the financial industry. Mann has a 15 year experience that has seen him rise to become the CEO of Dynamics Search Partners.