National Scholarship Program in the United States

Jul 24, 2012

Opportunities for dis-advantaged young people

Our project has never been more urgently needed as the economic crises shows no signs of being over and our countries has more dis-advantaged and unemployed young people that every before. We are focusing our attentions on that specific sector of society and seeking further funds to offer opportunities for experience, training, work placements and empowerment to help young people with disadvantaged background gain skills, confidence and desire to not only help themselves but also assist in the improvement and development of their own communities and others. We have been building links with schools across the US to seek partnerships and offer opportunities to young people to help them see and then fulfill their own potential to help themselves and others.  As the reputation of our programs grows, we are reeving more interest from both donors and groups requiring assistance and so please help us to continue to expand the depth and range of programs we are able to support. Thank you.


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Project Leader

Steve Gwenin

Field Director
Exeter, Devon United Kingdom

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