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American Indian College Fund Receives $5,000 Grant from Master Key Consulting
January 10, 2011
Denver, Colorado – January 10, 2011 – Master Key Consulting, a leader in grants management support, software testing, and technology systems training, granted $5,000 to the American Indian College Fund. This grant will contribute to the Master Key Consulting Tribal College Endowed Scholarship Program, which provides scholarship assistance in perpetuity to students attending our nation’s tribal colleges and universities.
“We have been proud to partner with the American Indian College Fund because our company has directly benefited from the hard work of tribal college graduates,” said Jonathan K. Wilber, President and CEO of Master Key Consulting. “In our 10 years of doing business as a federal contractor, three of our Project Managers, our Chief Information Officer and two of our federal consultants have been tribal college students. Three of our top executives have worked at the College of Menominee Nation and know the high quality graduates that tribal colleges produce. The Fund and tribal colleges are not only changing lives—they are helping to build successful businesses like ours.”
“It is an honor to receive this gift from Master Key Consulting,” said Richard B. Williams, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund. “Not only is this generous company investing in American Indian students’ pursuit of higher education, but they are making a lasting investment by contributing to this endowed scholarship program that will serve students in perpetuity.”
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