Scholarships For Actuarial Science Majors – The Actuarial Foundation awarded $239,000 in college scholarships to 83 students in 2021. Foundation scholarship recipients are selected by members of the actuarial profession who may one day become their peers. So scholarships are not only a way to reduce the cost of education, but also serve as a prestigious recognition of a highly valued career.
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Scholarships For Actuarial Science Majors
More than a scholarship! The STEM Stars Actuaries Scholars Program is a new scholarship from the Actuarial Foundation and the Society of Actuaries (SOA) Foundation. The program provides high school seniors with a $20,000 scholarship ($5,000 per year for four years) along with a variety of support services, including mentoring, tutoring, immersion experiences and exposure to internships and job observation opportunities .
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“Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your generous scholarship. It means a lot that someone cares to invest in my college education and my future. I am very happy to be one of the recipients of the Diversity Scholarship. Thank you . With your generous support, I will be able to continue my university career and my pursuit of becoming an actor.”
“Thank you for believing in my development to become a future leader in the insurance industry! I am honored to receive this Curtis E. Huntington Scholarship and it will help take a huge financial burden off my shoulders. I am grateful to the Foundation. The Actuarial Foundation and its donors gave me and many other active students the opportunity!”
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“I would like to thank you for making the Caribbean Scholarship possible. I am very happy to learn of my selection for this award and am deeply grateful and encouraged by your support.”
“I am honored to be the recipient of the Stuart A. Robinson Scholarship for Tomorrow. Thank you for your continued support of my professional development. The knowledge and skills I have acquired so far through my education and training have greatly contributed to this. The success I have now and this award will help me continue my education. This recognition comes with responsibility, and I plan to honor that by becoming a contributing leader to the real profession, striving to create a positive impact.”
Since 2004, the Actuarial Foundation has received unwavering support from actuarial institutions across the United States. Their trust and commitment to the Foundation’s mission are critical to our continued growth and success as a grant for actuaries in the United States. Third-year Trinidad and Tobago actuarial science program students from the Department of Accounting and Statistics, Faculty of Science and Technology, UWI St Augustine Center have received new scholarships from the Institute and Foundation of the Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA).
Dana Reyes and Tyrese Clement have been awarded Fullerton-Long Caribbean Scholarships by the Institute and College of Actuaries (IFoA) Foundation.
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Both are third-year students in the applied science program at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Science and Technology, on the UWI St Augustine Campus.
The pair were selected from UWI’s list of the most talented and accomplished students. They each won $2,150 worth of actual scholarships.
The Fullerton-Long Caribbean Scholarship was established by senior UK practitioners of Jamaican heritage, Andrew Long and Norbert Fullerton. Both are IFOA Foundation Ambassadors and UWI graduates.
The IFOA Foundation is the dedicated philanthropic arm of the IFOA. The foundation works with the active international community to fulfill its philanthropic goals of positive social impact.
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At the start of this academic year, the foundation took the opportunity to launch a fund that supports the most talented and accomplished young actors studying at UWI.
IFOA Board Chair Kartina Tahir Thomson said: “The IfoA Foundation is delighted to partner with Norbert and Andrew on the IFOA Foundation Fullerton-Long Scholarship Award. The scholarship award itself aims to support Caribbean students in their academic careers. Not only would students benefit financially, they would also benefit from the opportunity the award brings.
“Thanks to the scholarship, we will have a diverse workforce and a truly professional membership. Adding the contributions of other supporters to the fund means that we will be able to offer this much-loved scholarship even to future students. with the state. .
The 2021 Fullerton-Long Scholarships have been launched for the UWI Mona Performance Program with two awards of $2,150 each. This year, she partnered with the IFOA Foundation and received additional funding to expand the program to St Augustine.
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Stokeley Smart, Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of the BSc in Applied Science, said: “The IfoA Foundation Fullerton-Long Caribbean Scholarship, and Mr Fullerton and Mr Long in particular, are at the core of UWI’s values.
These regional boys and UWI alumni are exemplary international leaders in their fields and are committed to giving back to the UWI and contributing to the development of the region.
Source: Trinidad and Tobago UWI students win new scholarships as published in Trinidad & Tobago Newsday.