Unicomer Group through its Courts brand is offering 48 scholarships to Jamaican students through its Dare to Dream Scholarship programme.
Dare to Dream offers financial assistance to Courts customers and their children to pursue education at the high school, tertiary and vocational level.
Approximately 40 Jamaican students will benefit from the programme which boats 28 PEP scholarships, 10 vocational skills training scholarships and 10 tertiary scholarships.
Dare to Dream 2022, will provide 4 full scholarships valued at $400,000 and 6 grants valued at $250,000 for one academic year to students at the tertiary level.
As well as 10 skills training scholarships valued at $50,000 for any HEART institution. 28 PEP scholarships valued at $100,000 each close out the offerings for the academic year.
“The Unicomer Group has been a part of the fabric of Jamaica for many years and we have developed a relationship with our customers of which we are very proud. Courts Dare to Dream, is one of our many corporate social activations and is centered on assisting Jamaicans to achieve their academic goals by providing well needed financial assistance to those most deserving,” said Edwin Vacquerano, Managing Director Unicomer Group
“This represents our commitment to improving the lives and livelihoods of our customers and all Jamaicans” he added.
Over the past 30 years Courts Jamaica has invested heavily in education and welfare initiatives, with several previous Dare to Dream recipients matriculating to varying sectors of the business.
Dare to dream Scholarship applications opened on June 30 and will close on July 22, 2022.
Applications are available at any of the Courts, Courts Optical and Courts Ready Cash locations island wide as well as online at www.shopcourts.com.