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Keith Mann Gives Back To The Community

High school is a great time in the life of many students. The time spent in high school is arguably one of the best time periods in the life of many people. There are many students in high school who use this time to plan for life after high school. There is a wide variety of things that high school students plan for regarding life after high school. One of the most popular is going to college. Many high school students want to go to college. However, there are numerous students who end up not going to college.


For the students who do not go to college, there are various reasons why the students did not go to college. One of the most common reasons is that they could not afford to go to college. These students had the desire. Some of these students had the capacity, but many of the students just did not have the money. The amount of money needed to go to college is often well beyond what the families of many high school seniors can afford, and almost all the students cannot pay for college themselves.


As a result, many of these students never have the opportunity to go to college. However, where there is a will, there is a way. Some students who do not have the money to pay for college find assistance regarding paying for college. One of the ways that a lot of students pay for college expenses is with scholarships. A short time ago, Keith Mann took the time to establish a scholarship for high school students graduating from an Uncommon High School in Brooklyn. The scholarship is awarded to one graduating senior each year.


Keith Mann is the chief executive officer of Dynamic Search Partners (DSP), which is an executive search firm. The major focus of Dynamic Search Partners is helping companies find the right person to fill open positions in the companies. Keith Mann has a lot of experience in the executive search industry, and he has been able to use this experience to help hundreds of companies find the right executive for the desired position.

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