The Coleman Entrepreneurial Scholarship (CES) is proud to announce the program’s inaugural recipients of its entrepreneurial-focused scholarship. The recipients were selected from a pool of college students in their junior or senior year who attend Historically Black Colleges and Universities or Hispanic Serving Institutions. The recipients will each receive $5,000, which will be utilized for educational expenses in the 2009-10 academic year.
The 2009 award recipients are:
Brittany Brown, Jackson State University; Sherkita Collins, Jackson State University; Alicia Crudup, Jackson State University; Kamika Durr-Walker, Jackson State University;Arlinda Fair, Jackson State University; Clemon Redmond III, Jackson State University; Ebony Robinson, Jackson State University; Isabel Serrano, St. Edward's University; Timothy Strong, St. Edward's University; and Rebecca Uribe, St. Mary's University.
“CES is proud to support these 10 students who have made a commitment to embody the spirit of entrepreneurship,” said Kelli Coleman, Vice President of Business Development at GlobalHue. “In the future, we are not only eager to build momentum and awareness around the CES platform, but to continue our support of students who have made the decision to go into business for themselves.”
The CES program is sponsored by GlobalHue, the nation’s largest minority-owned multicultural advertising agency, and managed by Scholarship Management Services®, a division of Scholarship America®. In photo is Don Coleman, Chairman of GlobalHue.
For more information, visit www.thecolemanscholarship.org or call Scholarship Management Services at 1.800.537.4180 and ask for The Coleman Entrepreneurial Scholarship. Applications for the 2010-11 academic year will be available in January 2010.