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THE GLEANER’S SCHOLARSHIPS TO GO 2018 |

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TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2018

FHC YOUTH GSAT SCHOLARSHIP

Eligibility/Qualifications:

Must be a Youth Saver at FHC

Credit Union for at least six (6) months. Saving account

must be active and must submit GSAT transcript with a

minimum ‘B’ average along with completed GSAT

application form.

Where tenable:

At any high school in Jamaica

Organisation Awarding Scholarship:

First Heritage Co-

operative Credit Union Ltd.

Website:

www.fhccu.com

Organisation email:

info@fhccu.com

Deadline for applications:

July 13, 2018

Telephone:

929-5142

JAMAICA ENERGY PARTNERS GSAT SCHOLARSHIP

Course of Study:

High School Diploma

Eligibility/Qualifications:

Children living within the parish

of St Catherine for a minimum of five years, with academic

excellence and/or financial need. Not a recipient of any other

scholarship programme.

Amount Awarded:

$180,000

Age:

10 but not older than 13 years upon entry to the

institution

Where tenable:

Any local secondary institution or high

school

Telephone:

937-7936, 631-4341

Website:

www.jamenergy.com

Email:

mnewman@jamenergy.com

Deadline for applications:

June 25, 2018

*The Ministry of Education, Youth & Information selects the

recipients.

JN FOUNDATION GSAT SCHOLARSHIP

Course of Study:

High School Diploma

Eligibility:

Awarded to the student with the highest average

in each parish, who has not been recipient of another

scholarship

Number of Awards offered:

Fourteen (One scholarship per

Parish)

Where Tenable:

At any high school in Jamaica

Duration of Scholarships:

Five years

(The Ministry of Education identifies recipients based on

exceptional performances.)

Organisation URL:

www.jnfoundation.com

Email:

foundation@jnbank.com

MONICA E. ROBINSON BURSARY

Specialist Area of Study:

High School

Eligibility/Qualifications:

Student on the Principal’s Honour

Roll

Age:

Up 16 years old

Number of awards offered:

Two (one per school)

Where tenable:

Green Island High School & Edith Dalton

James High School

Duration:

One year

Contact Name:

M. Robinson

Email:

marcijon@outlook.com

Telephone:

289-6743

PROFESSIONAL JAMAICANS FOR JAMAICA, INC.

GRAYSON FAMILY GSAT SCHOLARSHIP

Eligibility/Qualifications:

Awarded to successful GSAT

students with a minimum of 95% average, top 5% of class.

Maximum awarded:

$75,000

Deadline for applications:

June 30, 2018

Where tenable:

High Schools in Jamaica

Website:

www.pjfj.org

Email:

scholarships@pjfj.org

Telephone:

(203) 450-9448 / (876) 422-5930

*Recipients will receive assistance towards tuition, books, and

other educational expenses.

PROFESSIONAL JAMAICANS FOR JAMAICA, INC. TAYLOR

FAMILY GSAT SCHOLARSHIP

Eligibility/Qualifications:

Awarded to successful GSAT

students with a minimum of 85% average and is ranked in

the top 10 per cent of class.

Maximum awarded:

$40,000

Number of awards offered:

One

Deadline for applications:

June 30, 2018

Where tenable:

High Schools in Jamaica

Website:

www.pjfj.org

Email

scholarships@pjfj.org

Telephone:

(203) 450-9448 / (876) 422-5930

*Recipients will receive assistance towards tuition, books, and

other educational expenses.

THE ANDREW ‘ANDY’ COLE SPORTS SCHOLARSHIP

Eligibility/Qualifications:

Awarded to ONE high school

student who is involved in inter-school sports and have

maintained a minimum average of 85%, demonstrates good

leadership qualities, academic excellence and exemplified

commitment to continue personal growth and development.

Maximum awarded:

$35,000

Deadline for applications:

June 30, 2018

Where tenable:

High Schools in Jamaica

Website:

www.pjfj.org

Email:

scholarships@pjfj.org

Telephone: (

203) 450-9448 / (876) 422-5930

*Note: Principal must confirm that student is actively involved in

inter-school sports and represent the school.

ANNUAL GSAT SCHOLARSHIPS

CONTRIBUTED

Arianne Kennedy (left) collecting her scholarship award from President and CEO of Jamaica Energy

Partners (JEP) and West Kingston Power Partners (WKPP), Wayne McKenzie, in July 2017.