Green family award ten scholarships
A philanthropic family’s scholarship programme has announced ten new awardees for their studies abroad.
The Green Family Scholarships are given on the basis of need and academic ability in partnership with the charity Knowledge Quest Ltd.
Each award is valued between $10,000 and $20,000 per year, for up to four years’ postsecondary education.
Since the programme started in 2007, the Green Family Scholarships have aided more than 160 Bermudian students, giving out more than $2.45 million.
This year’s recipients are:
• Zorico Gilbert, attending Dalhousie University to pursue a bachelor’s degree in applied computer science
• Iceces Jackson, attending the University of Law to study law with a focus on business
• Roshae James, attending the University of Salford to obtain a bachelor of science with a focus in adult nursing
• Jaeden Jonston, attending the Buckinghamshire New University to study air transport management with a focus on commercial pilot training
• Victoria Lindsay, attending the University of Leicester to study mathematics and actuarial science
• Micah Richardson, attending Mount Allison University to obtain a bachelor of science with a major in environmental science
• Dukaral Richardson-Burgess, attending the University of Kent to obtain a bachelor of science while focusing on computer science and cybersecurity
• Cerra Simmons, attending Trent University to study geography while pursuing a bachelor of science
• Mali Smith, attending De Montfort University to obtain a bachelor of science with a focus in adult nursing
• Makayla Tucker, attending Syracuse University where she will study civil engineering while obtaining a bachelor of science degree
Andrew Green said: “It gives my family great pleasure to award scholarships again this year to assist ten promising young Bermudians.
“We are confident that the pursuit of a higher education provides our young people with a path to attaining a degree, as well as an expanded world view — their opportunities can be limitless.”