CEO Keith Mann establishes $5,000 Scholarship

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Keith Mann, CEO of Dynamic Search Partners, is teaming with non-profit charter organization Uncommon Schools to establish a $5,000 scholarship. A Business Wire article details the announcement as well as the scholarship, which will foster the continued education of Brooklyn’s youth.

Keith Mann started Dynamic Search Partners in 2009. The firm works in sourcing talent for Hedge funds, as well as providing staffing solutions. Mann has worked in executive search staffing for over fifteen years, and beginning in 2002 began to work extensively with the Hedge fund industry. His firm, Dynamic Search Partners, works exclusively with alternative investment industry and does so across three continents. Mr. Mann currently manages Dynamic Search Partners daily operation.

Keith Mann has been a long time philanthropist, as well as a strong proponent of schools. In 2015, he donated in support of the NYPD, and his firm Dynamic Search Partners has worked with Uncommon Schools since 2013. Mr. Mann’s passion has been finding strong leaders and placing them with great firms, and with this scholarship, he hopes to help low-income students achieve their dream of attaining a college education.

Prospective recipients will write a 1,000-word essay on how a college degree will help them achieve their goals. The winner will be announced in March 2016.

Uncommon Schools is a Brooklyn, NY based charter school management organization. As of 2015-2016 it oversaw 44 charter public schools in New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts, with over 14,000 kindergarten through 12th grade students.

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  1. This scholarship, The Keith and Keely Mann Scholarship for Professional Achievement, will be open to one graduating student of Brooklyn, New York’s Uncommon Schools in 2016. I like the fact that the best research paper services could have the rates to have the schools good to go.

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