Keith Mann Announces New Scholarship for High School Seniors

Keith Mann, the CEO of Dynamics Search Partners, is pleased to announced the Keith and Keely Mann Scholarship for Professional Development.  The charter organization and Mann have teamed up to provide this financial award to students who wouldn’t otherwise be able to attend a four-year college. Joe Frick, one of the college counselors for Uncommon Schools, confirmed that he and the staff were very grateful for Mann’s financial award and his commitment to education.

Students who are interested in applying for the scholarship have to submit a 1,000-word essay. In the essay, students have to detail the ways that a college degree will help them to achieve their professional goals. The application process for the scholarship started on February 29, 2016, and the winner of the scholarship was announced in March. One graduating senior will receive the scholarship each year. The scholarship iw worth $5,000, and will be applied toward the cost of the student’s college tuition. Keith Mann is a proponent of education and a philanthropist, and knows the importance of education when it comes to professional advancement.

Keith Mann has been in the staffing and hiring fields and has assisted with hedge fund compensation for more than 15 years. Dynamics Search Partners serves more than 200 clients on a yearly basis, including those in Asia, the United States and Europe.

For More Information on Keith Mann check out the following links:

https://angel.co/keithmann

https://www.crunchbase.com/person/keith-mann

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/keith-mann-and-dynamics-search-partners-raise-over-22k-for-uncommon-schools-of-new-york-300044729.html

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  • Mann Keith

    April 11, 2017

    Mann’s corporation, Dynamics Search Partners, is an executive search firm that is committed to assisting alternative investment firms. The scholarship will go to one graduating senior from Brooklyn’s Uncommon Charter High School. It is also easier for essay services to take everything up than for them have the analysis messed up in one go.

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