Keith Mann Sets Up Scholarship for Low-Income Brooklyn School

February 2, 2016 at 6:19 pm
filed under Giving Back

Keith Mann, director of Dynamics Search Partners, has announced him and his wife, Keely will provide a $5,000 scholarship to a student graduating from Uncommon Charter High School in Brooklyn, according to a Business Wire article. The Scholarship for Professional Achievement, will go to help the next generation of business leaders recognize their potential. Mann has partnered with Uncommon Schools to provide this scholarship to worthy students. Uncommon Schools is a non-profit organization that helps low-income charter schools in urban environments. The schools are designed to help low-income students prepare and succeed in college.

The scholarship requires applicants to write a 1,000 word essay on why college is important in helping them achieve success later in life. Applicants have until February 29 to enter and a winner will be announced by the end of March. The scholarship ensures that a low-income student will be able to attend a four-year college.
Mann is a philanthropist and invested in education. As the director of Dynamics Search Partners, he has helped find perfect fits for executive positions in several hedge funds and private equity companies in the alternative investment industry. As someone who is constantly looking for talented individuals in the business world, it is no wonder Keith Mann wants to prepare talented students to enter that world.
Dynamics Search Partners creates lasting relationships with clients and candidates ensuring they can find any executive to fit a company’s needs. Understanding the complexities of searching for an executive allows Dynamic Search Partners to select a list of viable candidates. Likewise, the company maintains close relationships with candidates to find the perfect job to place them in.

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