Alpha Kappa Psi Scholarship Fund
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PO Box 390604 Minneapolis MN 55439 USA
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I was a recipient of a scholarship from the Alpha Kappa Psi scholarship fund in 1993. I went on to be involved in various levels with Alpha Kappa Psi, the Carlson School of Management, and the University of Minnesota.
I think this is a worthy charity to donate money to, because it promotes and offers opportunities to students in business of all socio-economic backgrounds. There are multiple scholarships awarded each year, and almost 100% of the money invested goes toward scholarships.
Consider this charity if you would like to see a student get an opportunity to be a part of the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management.
You can find out more at: http://www.akpsischolarships.com
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I was a scholarship recipient, and believe this charity to be a great cause to give students and opportunity in the field of business at the University of Minnesota.
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Make more people aware of it - unfortunately nearly $100,000 in scholarships are given away annually but not enough applicants are aware of the opportunity.
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