The Executive Leadership Council Announces Nearly $1.5 Million In Educational Scholarships To Black College Students For 2022

“The English Language Center is committed to helping black students complete their degrees and enter the pipeline of black talent ready to work in the United States and global companies,” he said. Michael C HeaterPresident and CEO of ELC. “Now is always the time to support future generations of black leaders. The English Language Center has successfully engaged existing and new corporate partners to bring in nearly $1.5 million To make this investment in the future – and our community’s legacy – possible. He added, “The result of our partnerships is that the English Language Center will provide educational support to 130 Black College students in 2022.”

The mission of the English Language Center Scholarship Program is to build a pipeline of black corporate talent by supporting the academic achievement and development of Black College students. The ELC Scholarship Program 2022 consists of one-year and multi-year awards to support tuition fees in amounts ranging from 8000 dollars to me $20,000 every year. All ELC scholarship recipients will have access to training and early career placement opportunities through the 2022 Scholarship Partners and the 2022 Honors Seminar.

Sponsoring companies, as of December 1, including Bank of America, Bristol Myers Squibb, Brunswick Corporation, Chevron Corporation, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HSBC Bank United States of Americaand Johnson & Johnson, Linde plc, Moody’s, Nationwide, Otsuka America Pharmaceuticals, Synchrony Financial, and The Coca-Cola Foundation. For information on each of the ELC Scholarships or to apply before the deadline Jan 31 2022 for undergraduates and April 15, 2022 For postgraduate students, visit

https://elcscholarships.elcinfo.com/.

About the Executive Leadership Council: The Executive Leadership Council, an independent, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1986, is the preeminent membership organization committed to increasing the number of global black executives in C-suites, on the boards of global corporations and corporations. Comprised of 800 current and former Black CEOs, CEOs, and Board Directors of Fortune 1000 and Global 500 companies, and entrepreneurs in Tier 1 companies, its members build a comprehensive business leadership pipeline that enables global black leaders to make contributions Influential to the market and the global communities they serve. For more information, please visit www.elcinfo.com.

Source: Executive Leadership Council

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