In a quest to help build young innovative minds to take over the business leadership, Keith and Keely Mann scholarship has been introduced. This was announced by Keith Mann who is currently serving at Dynamics Search Partners. Through the scholarship, Keith looks forward to steer professional achievements amongst the young who will be privileged to receive this. The opportunity has been introduced in uncommon schools which will see to it that one graduating senior will receive the scholarship each year at one of the uncommon schools.
Keith Mann is the current Chief Executive Officer at Dynamics Search Partners responsible for the full management of the firm. He has been in the executive search industry for 15 years and has much of experience on hedge fund compensation, staffing and hiring strategy. In 2002, within Dynamics Executive Search, Mann launched Alternative Investment Practice. This he later on expanded it to a private equity industry through which Dynamics Search Partners was established.
Following the introduction of the scholarship, counselors of various institutions have shown great appreciation to Keith and Kelly Mann. This will help see many low-income students through to college for a four year period of study, graduate and go ahead to build their professional lives through the degrees acquired from college.
As the founder of Dynamics Search Partners, an education advocate and a philanthropist, Mann is looking forward to helping choose potential leaders to link them with companies that will guarantee their success in life. The applicants are only required to forward an essay of up to 1000 words on points of how the degrees will help them achieve their professional goals. By this one can easily qualify for the scholarship.
With the application being opened this February, the scholarship has been availed to all graduating seniors who attend Charter High School in Brooklyn, New York. Towards the end of March this year, one winner will be announced and will be awarded $5000 scholarship that will cater for their college tuition.