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  • Willis B. McLeod Athletic Scholarship
    November 15 1995 bringing over 30 years of professional experience in the field of education He was the ninth Chief Executive Officer of the 135 year old institution and the first alumnus to serve as Chancellor since FSU became a constituent of The University of North Carolina Dr McLeod retired as Chancellor on June 30 2003 with emeritus status The Willis B McLeod Athletic Scholarship is given to a deserving

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/ia/development/scholarships/willis-b.-mcleod-athletic-scholarship (2016-02-17)
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  • Questions for Funders
    requests will ensure that foundations and corporations are not inundated with multiple requests from the University and avert any potential embarrassment to university personnel with the funding source Equally important when Institutional Advancement is aware of possible multiple solicitations of the same corporation or foundation we may be able to coordinate all funding needs into one proposal by providing the donor with a menu of funding opportunities CFR is designed to be a clearing house of information in this regard The easiest thing to do is to contact Tamara Holmes Brothers at 672 1349 to discuss your ideas She can then research the target organization assist in identifying friends or alumni affiliated with it identify any other requests that may be pending and help you determine the best approach in light of all this information Q What resources are available to find potential foundations to fund my project A There are numerous online sources to help find potential funders such as The Foundation Center s Search Zone This free Web site offers some of the best general information retrieval tools on the Internet Search nonprofit organizations and foundations by selecting organization types and specifying key words to narrow your search e g higher education or biological sciences Foundation Finder This search engine updated monthly allows you to search by name for basic information on more than 70 000 private and community foundations in the United States Under a link to Grantmaker Web sites you can search for private foundations corporation foundations grantmaking public charities and community foundations You can search by annotated links to private foundations corporate foundations etc by subject or geographic keyword Links are provided that take you directly to the Web sites of the funding sources there also is a Grantmaker Search on the left hand side

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/ia/development/corporate-and-foundation-relations/faq (2016-02-17)
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  • Noravonne - Student Spotlight
    plus Without direct communication it s impossible to accomplish something to the best of your ability At FSU Noravonne has accomplished a lot FSU helped prepare me for the future because of discussions I ve had with so many faculty and staff the community service I ve performed and the opportunity the university gave me to work with the government Noravonne has been a Bronco Ambassador volunteered with Admissions the Business Office and the Fayetteville Bicycle Man which donates bikes to needy children and represented the Honor s Program to the FSU Board of Trustees to help raise university funds While attending FSU she was also on a full academic scholarship Noravonne interned as a legal administrative support assistant at the United States Army John F Kenney Special Warfare Center and School in Fort Bragg NC Currently she is pursuing a Masters of Business Administration and continues her internship with the federal government Noravonne networked a lot while she was at FSU She believes that shaped her into a more involved individual Future she states that I see myself working as a permanent government employee I m very interested in becoming a management analyst analyzing and proposing ways to improve

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/student-spotlights/noravonne (2016-02-17)
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  • Travis - Student Spotlight
    difference Maybe that s one reason he was selected as Mr Fayetteville State University his junior year While at FSU Travis proved his commitment to community engagement with his involvement in campus leadership as well as service activities that benefited local public school students Travis served as an active member on the Student Activities Council the Cultural Programs Committee and for his fraternity Alpha Phi Alpha a service organization founded in 1906 and the first intercollegiate black Greek organization in the country I really expanded my horizons I wanted to experience a lot of things They drive that into you during orientation I wanted to make the best of my experience here and leave a part of me to the next generation of students Travis who is from Hempstead New York took advantage of outstanding internship opportunities as well During a paid internship on Wall Street he reviewed and wrote contracts and helped organize a conference which involved managing hospitality arrangements for 250 students And while representing a group called the Young Professionals Travis also spent a week in Chicago for the National Urban League s annual meeting which featured leaders such as Vice President Joe Biden Magic Johnson and

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/student-spotlights/travis (2016-02-17)
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  • Brytne Boccaccio
    from the FBI U S Marshals Service CIA and Federal Bureau of Prisons The chance to interact with real agents is very important to me says Brytne Brytne wanted more one on one time with her professors along with more opportunities to join campus clubs to hone her natural leadership skills FSU gave Brytne both What makes FSU great is that students can get involved in clubs and organizations that prepare you for your career says Brytne Gaining valuable leadership experience started her sophomore year when Brytne was elected president of FSU s chapter of The National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice She is also a member of Alpha Psi Sigma the national criminal justice honor society Brytne also serves as a Bronco Ambassador for the Office of Admissions She enjoys sharing her FSU story with prospective students FSU gives every student a jump start on their future says Brytne who plans to work for the Federal Bureau of Prisons after graduation FSU provides a great atmosphere for seniors through their job fairs They ve helped me with my career plans every step of the way Sometimes even leaders need a helping hand Brytne says her professors have reached

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/student-spotlights/brytne (2016-02-17)
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  • Cherine Stone - Student Spotlight
    when she speaks of her involvement with the Student Government Association The sophomore expressed I learned so much from being in the organization that I have grown as an individual I have worked not only for myself but for the enhancement of student life I have met such wonderful and influential people through this organization and I love every sleepless night of it In fact the SGA position in which she serves was created specifically with Cherine in mind As director of volunteers she coordinates the activities for volunteers and makes sure they don t get bored She explained Last year we had a number of volunteers but we lost a lot of them because we didn t have anyone to manage them and keep them active As a volunteer during that time Cherine was one of few that stuck it out and hung around so when the position was created she seemed liked the perfect fit I feel that because of my passion and drive to be involved and help others I was chosen to be the director of volunteers If I would have given up or sat down and complained about everything I would have never been offered the opportunity she stated Even though she possesses a strong spirit of volunteerism Cherine knows she has to balance it all and designate time for herself She recommends Advice that I would give other students about meeting the demands of academic life social life and extracurricular activities would be to prioritize everything Academics should always come first and then follows extracurricular activities and your social life Don t ever forget about yourself and do not allow yourself to get so wrapped up in one thing that you don t have time be successful in every area of your life In

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/student-spotlights/cherine (2016-02-17)
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  • Sara Yon - Student Spotlight
    of education doing administrative work and I got a job at Dunkin Donuts I worked two jobs until I graduated in 2000 I began applying for college but I couldn t afford it I just desperately said I want to go to the Army Sara consulted a recruiter and was sworn in on July 21 2001 before she relocated to Fort Still Oklahoma for basic training She recalled We were the last females to train on that camp and during that time 911 happened After that I was sent to do my Advanced Individual Training at Fort Jackson South Carolina I successfully graduated and they sent me to my first duty station which was Fort Bragg At Fort Bragg Sara was assigned to her first unit which was Military Intelligence In 2003 she attended Airborne School at Fort Benning Georgia for three weeks Never allowing her gender or petite frame to become hindrances she began jumping with her unit in Fort Bragg once every three months and has a total of 37 airborne jumps under her belt Even still the desire to pursue a higher education never wavered and in 2004 she graduated from Fayetteville Technical Community College with an associate s degree in general studies After reenlisting in the Army she was deployed in 2005 but did not serve because of a series of orthodontic surgeries That same year she enrolled in FSU and in 2006 she applied for a scholarship and was chosen by a commanding general to receive the funding to complete her final two years as a criminal justice major Sara gracefully exited the Army in 2006 and joined the ROTC I enjoy FSU because it is a melting pot This is my first time being at an HBCU but people have really embraced me When

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/student-spotlights/sara (2016-02-17)
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  • Dr. Ashok Jain
    India to the U S in 1994 with hopes of obtaining additional education expanding his experiences and increasing his financial opportunities In 2002 one year after moving to Fayetteville NC Dr Jain joined Fayetteville State University s MBA Program in pursuit of the educational foundation needed to assist him in turning his entrepreneurial ideas into successful business ventures By August 2003 he had opened his first practice Hope Mills Pediatrics Currently he operates four practices in the Fayetteville area and plans to open a fifth in Spring Lake later this year But this is just a part of Dr Jain s entrepreneurial success within three months Dr Jain will open a 200 bed 12 million for profit hospital in India A portion of the profits will be set aside and used to offer free or low cost medical services to the poor Dr Jain asserts You got to give it back in some way The best way to do that is to enable and empower people and that way you give back to society and they in turn will help the society Every few weeks Dr Jain commutes between Fayetteville and India to oversee operations in both areas Frequently Jain

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/student-spotlights/ashok (2016-02-17)
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