The KCB Foundation provides secondary education scholarships for bright but needy students.
The program targets 240 beneficiaries every year and students benefit from a scholarship for the 4 years of secondary education.
Since its inception, the Foundation has awarded scholarships to over 1,000 beneficiaries, 80 of whom are students with disability.
Program Objective: To improve access and quality of education for needy students through the provision of scholarships, learning materials and improved public school infrastructure.
To qualify for a KCB Scholarship;
- The applicant must come from a needy home
- The applicant must attain the prescribed county cut off marks in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination
- The applicant must have a calling latter to a national or county/ex-county secondary school
The KCB Scholarship package entails:
- Payment of school fees for the 4 years of secondary school
- Support for personal effects, learning materials and assistive devices for students with disability
- Quarterly one-on-one mentorship sessions with KCB branch staff and an annual holiday mentorship program
- Mentorship and Internship opportunities during and after the university studies
- Access to secondary school for 1,100 beneficiaries who would otherwise not be able to transition from primary to secondary school
- Scholarships to 80 students with disability
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