Community College

College and Heritage Fund 

 

Started in 2011 by Anguillians living abroad, the APANY Heritage Scholarship Fund was made possible by donations, which helped jumpstart the program. Since its inception, generous donations, by way of Anguillians and friends of Anguilla alike, have continued to support this initiative. The selection process is aided by a local organization, the Optimist Club of Anguilla, reputed and revered for its outstanding work with Anguillian youth. On March 17, 2012 a Memorandum of Understanding, which outlined the objective of the project, and roles to be played by each entity, was signed by the respective Presidents of each organization at the time (Carlson Conner-Lloyd and Shellecia Brooks-Johnson). The fund provides $1250 annually, for up to four years, to each grant recipient, provided they maintain a specified grade point average. Prospective students may apply each year. In the past, two applicants per year have enjoyed the benefits of this grant. In years to come, the program expects to award upward of eight students per-annum. Become a member now, and bestow the gift of education to help illumine bright young minds.

Javiette Richardson graduated from Monroe College  in 2015, where she pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. Prior to attending University, she excelled in her CSEC and CAPE subjects. While attending high school in Anguilla, she served as president of several community youth programs, and was also a member of the Ebenezer Youth Fellowship, Drum Band and the Youth Choir. She hopes to  use her degree to assist businesses in Anguilla. 

Rodi Richardson is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education with a diploma in Sports Massage. Rodi was actively involved in a number of extra-curricular activities while in high school. Rodi’s lifelong goal is to teach Physical Education and to make a meaningful contribution to the development of professional athletics in Anguilla.She hopes to graduate in 2017.

 

About our Awardees

Willine Richardson is currently enrolled at Morgan State University where she is pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Health Services Management. Prior to attending University, she performed well in her CSEC and CAPE 

subjects. In High School, Willine was a member of several youth clubs and programs, and is presently a member of the Caribbean Student Association at her University. She hopes to graduate in 2016 and use her acquired skills and knowledge as a Health Administrator.

Davon Halley is pursuing an Associate in Science degree with plans to pursue a Bachelor’s degree at Broward College. His program is Accounting Technology. Prior to completing his High School and CAPE studies, Davon worked at the First Caribbean International Bank for four years. This work experience confirmed his desire that he wanted to pursue studies as an Accountant.

Rodi Richardson is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education with a diploma in Sports Massage. Rodi was actively involved in a number of extra-curricular activities while in high school. Rodi’s lifelong goal is to teach Physical Education and to make a meaningful contribution to the development of professional athletics in Anguilla.She hopes to graduate in 2017.

 

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