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Many organizations have been offering scholarships to selected students for the upcoming school year. Today, Courts Belize Limited awarded thirteen four-year scholarships to well deserving students.  The students were selected from sixty applications. Grisel Carballo, Public Relations Officer for Unicomer Belize, told Love News that for the past fifteen years Courts Dare to Dream Scholarship Programme has been assisting students.

Grisel Carballo, Public Relations Officer, Unicomer Belize: “Our scholarship covers 80% of books, tuition, and fees and it’s also for the four years. So when they come in it’s from first form until fourth form. Our Courts Dare to Dream Scholarship program focuses on students that are coming out of primary school going into highschool so therefore all of our scholarship students go from four years covering the entire school year. Courts prides itself into giving back in many different areas. By having Courts Dare to Dream scholarship program is just one area of where our company prides itself in giving back.”

The students were elated and it was a proud moment for them and their families.  Love News spoke with three of the recipients, Elsworth Sutherland, Helarie Sub and Hannah Bevans.

Elsworth Sutherland, Scholarship Recipient: “It feels good to receive this scholarship because they had sixty people sending in their application but only thirteen received it so it’s a great honor to receive it. In the future I hope to be a doctor because I want to help people. This world is getting out of hand and I really want to change the world and make a difference.

Reporter: How do you feel about receiving this scholarship today?

Helarie Sub, Scholarship Recipient: “I feel really glad. It’s a big help from Unicomer and my parents won’t have to spend money to send me and I feel proud of myself.

Reporter: How do you feel about being a scholarship recipient today?

Hannah Bevans, Scholarship Recipient: “Well honestly I am very flabbergasted that I had the opportunity at hand.”

Sutherland will be attending Muffles College in Orange Walk Town, Sub will be attending Julian Cho Technical High School in the Toledo District and Bevans will be attending Edward P. Yorke High School in Belize City. Carballo said that it gives the company great pleasure to assist these students who will be tomorrow’s leaders

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