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SRDF Closes Applications For Its Annual Scholarship & Book Bursary Programme

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The Soufriere Regional Development Foundation (SRDF) announces the conclusion of the application period for its highly anticipated Annual Scholarship and Book Bursary Program.

The application window, which opened early this year, on June 5, 2023, has now officially closed as of Friday July 21, 2023.

This year saw the introduction of registration drives at schools and within underserved communities to raise awareness and increase participation.

This esteemed program, which re-commenced in 2022, is designed to support the educational aspirations of deserving students.

Through this initiative, the SRDF aims to empower talented and motivated individuals to pursue higher education, equipping them with the necessary resources to achieve their academic and career goals.

“We are pleased with the enthusiastic response to this year’s Scholarship and Book Bursary Program,” said Mrs. Lovely St. Aime-Joseph, Corporate Communications and Marketing Manager for the Soufriere Foundation. “The SRDF’s Education Committee and HR Officer will now carefully review all submitted applications. Each application will be assessed based on predefined criteria, including academic achievements and financial need.

The successful applicants will be notified in the coming weeks. Once the recipients have been determined, a formal ceremony will be held to recognize and celebrate their achievements.

The Soufriere Regional Development Foundation extends its heartfelt gratitude to all the applicants who expressed interest in this year’s Scholarship and Book Bursary Program.

Meanwhile, the application process for the SRDF’s first ever full University Scholarship remains open until August 1, 2023.

SOURCE: Soufriere Regional Development Foundation  

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