June 15, 2017
OWN Bahamas announced its 2017 grant winners yesterday, revealing that an arts school and asphalt maintenance company have received the coveted $15,000 in funding for their fledgling companies.
Both Little Prodigies Music and Arts School and Asphalt Maintenance Paving and Testing Company were existing entities when they applied to OWN Bahamas’ Entrepreneurship Program.
June 14, 2017
NASSAU, Bahamas (June 14th, 2017) – The IL Cares Foundation is excited to announce the winners of the 2017 OWN Bahamas Entrepreneurship Program.
OWN Bahamas Entrepreneurship Program
On March 9th, OWN Bahamas opened applications to Bahamians for its 3rd annual entrepreneurship competition. This competition offers Bahamians with an opportunity to submit their business ideas within new or existing industries. Once the winners are selected, the entrepreneurship program provides recipients with financial support, mentorship, and the necessary business knowledge that will enable them to manage a successful business.
The program is open to all legal and eligible Bahamian citizens. The applicants are required to provide a brief bio and business plan that includes an outline of their goals and aspirations. The OWN Bahamas selection committee then reviews all applications and selects the final candidates to receive the grant awards.
May 5, 2016
The Island Luck Cares Foundation launched a scholarship fund program worth $1 million for eligible Bahamian college or high school students yesterday at The College of The Bahamas’ (COB) Harry C. Moore Library.
At the launch, COB, in partnership with OWN Bahamas, Island Luck’s business-starter funding program, also publicly recognized seven winners from the OWN Bahamas Entrepreneurship Program.
May 4, 2016
HIGH SCHOOL and college students will benefit from a $600,000 partnership between the College of the Bahamas and the Island Luck Cares Foundation announced last night.
The Foundation’s initiative aims to help high school and college students further their education at certified institutions in the Bahamas or the United States. Scholarships worth a total of $500,000 will be offered for COB students with a further $100,000 going to high school pupils.
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