Call for applicants: Rollins Crummer Martin Bell EMBA Scholarship

The Rollins Crummer Graduate School of Business is accepting applications from professionals in the nonprofit sector for its 27th Annual Martin Bell Scholarship, which each year awards a nonprofit leader full tuition for a Crummer Executive MBA. Founded in 1988, the scholarship honors former Executive MBA program director and nonprofit advocate Martin Bell who encouraged Crummer graduates to use their skills to benefit charitable organizations.

The scholarship is for nonprofit leaders in Central Florida and beyond who have demonstrated progressive managerial experience within the nonprofit sector and created a positive impact both in their workplace and community.

Previous winners include Robin “R.J.” Poole, Program Director of Devereux Florida (2015); Andrea Bailey Cox, Executive Director and CEO of Art and History Museums - Maitland (2014); and Katherine Boo Gonzalez, Executive Director at American Red Cross of Greater Orlando (2013).

The deadline for applications is January 15, 2016.  Application includes completion of EMBA Admissions Process and a 500-word essay detailing how the applicant will use an MBA degree to advance the nonprofit industry.

Learn more about the Executive MBA program and our admissions process here.

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