building tomorrow scholarship: by Joshob Construction
PropelEd International Launches GHS10,000 Scholarship for Ghanaian Students
AC Ghanaian students seeking a scholarship to further their studies locally or abroad can now heave a sigh of relief following the launch of the Building Tomorrow Scholarship announced by PropelEd International.
The award sponsored by Joshob Construction is to support brilliant Ghanaian students with their tuition, accommodation and maintenance costs.
The scholarship is open to students at undergraduate or postgraduate level, studying a course at a recognized university in Ghana or abroad. Applicants must have proof of admission to a fee-paying programme at the time of application. PropelEd International will award GHS10,000 to the winner.
Myrah Caesar, Managing Director of PropelEd International said, “It’s been a lifelong dream to partner with private companies to support brilliant students in their quest for better qualifications.
“Since the start of the pandemic, more and more students have struggled with realizing their study dreams and I am confident this scholarship award will go a long way to help the winner attain their educational goals.
“We are incredibly grateful to Joshob Construction and all our other sponsors for supporting this cause.”
To apply, applicants are required to visit propeled.com/buildingtomorrow to fill a questionnaire about their study plans and the impact they intend to make in their chosen industries upon graduation.
Deadline for applications is the 31st of July 2022 with the winner announced at the SOAR event on Friday the 12th of August, 2022.
Invitation for the SOAR event will be extended to all shortlisted scholarship applicants.
PropelEd’s vision is to propel young ambitious Africans on their journey to success. PropelEd provides impactful and transformational resources to students through their education and career journey. The operations of PropelEd has helped provide access to educational opportunities for African students, secured over $250,000 worth of scholarships for them and created community of over 40,000 members across key African countries.