Six Students Get DCSLL Scholarships


He encouraged the parents of the recipients to get on board with their children and help to bring out their best academic performance along with participation in the ‘credit unionette’ to carve their responsibilities as young adolescents.

“So parents, you have no excuse not to do all within your powers to ensure success since a heavy burden has been lifted from your shoulders and placed on that of the League. Parents ensure that these recipients are part of their school’s

‘credit unionette’ since it will teach them a sense of responsibility and a greater appreciation for the credit union movement,” he remarked.

To date, the Dominica Co-operative Society League, for this year alone, has spent over $7,275.47 dollars on just textbooks; an expense to be added to the cost of tuition for the all the students.

Since the establishment of the movement to financing education for students in need, and awarding students based on merit, the League has provided over $415,000 dollars.

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