News Release: HAMILTON, Bermuda – Ten young Bermudians have been presented with financial support for their international studies as a result of the Green Family Scholarships.
The recipients for the 2022 academic year are: Zorico Gilbert, attending Dalhousie University to pursue a Bachelor of 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 Cyber Security.
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 10 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.
The Green Family Scholarships are awarded to recipients, in partnership with Knowledge Quest Ltd, a Bermuda charity, on the basis of need and academic capability. Priority is given to applicants who demonstrate a clear commitment to their community and a love of learning. Each scholarship is valued between $10,000 and $20,000 per year, for up to four years of post-secondary education.
Since its inception in 2007, the Green Family Scholarship programme has aided more than 160 Bermudian students in their goal of studying overseas and has awarded more than $2.45 million. Andrew Green continued: <Each of the recipients are quite accomplished and we wish them successful journeys in their 2022 academic studies.