Keith Mann Helping The Next Generation Reach Their Dreams Of Higher Education

A new Scholarship program designed to help America’s next generation has been created by Keith Mann. The Keith and Keely Mann Scholarship for Professional Achievement was created to assist and recognize students become pioneering business leaders of tomorrow. The Mann’s have teamed up with the Uncommon Schools, which is a non-profit charter organization in New York City. One lucky and deserving graduating senior will be chosen every year from the school to receive this award.

Uncommon Charter High School college counselor Jo Frick is thankful for the scholarship and feels this is a great scholarship that will ensure one deserving student will receive a full four year college education. Each student is asked to write an essay a 1000 words in length in order to be considered for the scholarship. The essay should include the reasons the scholarship will benefit and help them achieve their business goals.

As the founder of the scholarship, Mann is committed to finding strong leaders among the students and teaming them up with specific companies that will provide the best long term success in their business career. The scholarship is available to any graduating senior who wishes to apply and is open until February 29, 2016. The winner of the $5000 scholarship will be announced around the end of March.

Mann has over 15 years experience as a hedge fund compensation expert as well as experience with the executive search process. In 2009, Mann created Dynamics Search Partners which is a leading executive firm dedicated to searching alternative companies that deal with investments. Mann is the current CEO of the Dynamics Search Partners, and manages the day to day activities of the company.

There are 44 charter public schools that are managed by the Uncommon Schools management organization across New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts. The current student body is over 14,000 ranging from grades kindergarten up to 12th grade.

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