The KCB Foundation provides secondary education scholarships for bright but needy students.Â 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.
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 marksÂ in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination
- The applicant must have a calling latter to a national or county/ex-county secondary Â 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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