Program Supervisor Spotlight: Angela Harrison.
Specialized: Profession Training Application Process.
Considering that signing up with Central Scholarship in 2006, Angela Harrison has actually been an important part of the profession training application and award procedure. She invests the majority of her time checking out grant applications and talking to candidates who are intending to get a scholarship.
What does your everyday appear like?
It alters a lot throughout the year, other than for handling our profession training application and award procedure. I invest a number of days on a monthly basis reading grant applications, assessing files, and talking to trainees. In the spring and summer season, after the application due date for degree-seeking trainees, that’s basically all I do, all the time! After the trainee awards event in August, I’m concentrated on trainee records, making scholarship payments, and getting ready for our annual audit. We do a great deal of our neighborhood outreach in the fall and winter season, like college fairs and our College Money discussions. That’s likewise the time when I’m preparing information reports for our board and donors and upgrading our application for the coming year.
What is your preferred element of your function?
Checking out applications and doing trainee interviews, no concern. A lot of remarkable individuals get our financing. I’m fortunate to get to hang out being familiar with them.
What is the most fulfilling part of your task?
Seeing our trainees go on to success and hearing their stories. That’s one factor I actually delighting in dealing with our information reporting; it’s fantastic to see those success stories equate into difficult numbers for many years.
What professions have previous receivers gone on to?
A lot of! We have actually moneyed instructors, social employees, engineers, computer system developers, medical professionals, nurses, truck motorists, attorneys, rabbis, therapists, authors, accounting professionals, stars, expert artists, and plumbing professionals.
Thanks, Angie, for all your effort and commitment!