Keith Mann Supports Low-Income Students

On January 25th, 2016, Business Wire reported that Keith Mann, who is the founder and chief executive officer of Dynamics Search Partners, has launched the Keith and Keely Mann Scholarship for Professional Achievement, which is a prestigious award that acknowledges the future generation of young and imaginative business leaders. Keith Mann is honored to have the opportunity to partner with Uncommon Schools in order to present the scholarship to a deserving high-school senior.

Uncommon Schools is one of the best urban charter public schools that strives to provide low-come students with an excellent education. Today, Uncommon Schools maintains an database of over 14,000 grades K-12 students across New Jersey, New York, and Massachusetts. The faculty and staff at this renowned institution are deeply committed to cultivating profound intellectual curiosity that will enable students to excel in college and the real-world.

According to Joe Frick, who is a college counselor at Uncommon Charter High School, the scholarship will provide a well-qualified student with the necessary financial resources to attend the university of his/her dreams. He is extremely grateful to Keith and Keely Mann for their generous contribution to Uncommon Schools.

As a longtime advocate for education, Mann understands the value of obtaining a college education as well as gaining tangible experience in the real-world. His impressive portfolio of expertise involving research, talent acquisition, data analysis, executive search, and recruiting has empowered him to launch Dynamic Search Partners. As the founder of this renowned company, he is responsible for forging strategic client partnerships with exclusive hedge funds and private equity firms. Mann and his team are committed to executing customized searches for every client.

Alongside his professional pursuit, Mann and his wife strive to give back to the community. Keith and Keely Mann are proud to support Uncommon Schools’ goal of preparing underprivileged students for rigorous college courses. The scholarship is designed to support this mission.

Students who are interested in applying for the award must submit a 1,000-word essay describing the advantages of earning a college degree. The deadline for the scholarship is February 29th, 2016.

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