Next Generation Haiti
Next Generation Haiti Program was established to assist young Haitian men and women with obtaining a university degree in the program of their choice. The information below describes the program criteria, what Haiti Children Project agrees to provide students accepted to the program, the method of payment and disbursement, and what is expected of the student to enter and remain in the program.
STUDENTS REQUESTING FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM HAITI CHILDREN PROJECT TO ATTEND UNIVERSITY MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES AND REQUIREMENTS:
- The student requesting assistance must obtain an endorsement from the Superintendent or Bishop of the Methodist Church of Haiti (EMH).
- Pass all exams required for high school graduation and admittance to University.
- Apply for and obtain admission to a University of his or her choice. This includes passing any admission exams.
- Students should request that the University send proof of Admission to Haiti Children Project.
- Make all living and housing arrangements while attending university.
- Students are required to contribute to their cost of living.
- Enroll in university courses and request that their University send an invoice for tuition and fees directly to Haiti Children Project with information and instructions on how payment can be made directly to the university. This must be done each and every semester until graduation.
- Send official grade report when courses are completed for review and continued support. This must be done each and every semester until graduation.
HAITI CHILDREN PROJECT WILL PROVIDE STUDENTS ACCEPTED INTO THE PROGRAM WITH THE FOLLOWING:
- Pay the student’s tuition and fees for University enrollment after a bill is received from the University. Payment will be made directly to the University. Continued support in future terms will be based on student’s grades and academic progress. No tuition and fee payment will be made directly to the student.
- Pay for books required by the University, as well as basic school supplies.
- Once classes begin, Haiti Children Project will provide the student with a small monthly stipend. This stipend will be paid directly to the student on a month to month basis. This stipend is not intended to pay the entire cost of the student’s living expenses. The student will be required to meet some of his or her own costs. As the student progresses at the University, this stipend amount will be reduced and the student is required to provide more of his or her living costs. Haiti Children Project does not provide housing for university students.
- Haiti Children Project does not recommend or choose which University a student will attend or their program of study and major. This is the sole responsibility of the student.
- Haiti Children Project will not provide any financial support to the student for anything until the student is admitted to University, enrolled in courses, and verification has been received directly from the University.
THESE STUDENTS ARE CURRENTLY IN THE UNIVERSITY PROGRAM:
École Supérieure d’Infotronique d’Haiti
THESE STUDENTS HAVE RECENTLY GRADUATED FROM THE UNIVERSITY PROGRAM:
PIERRE DAVID CHARLES
The University of the Nouvelle Grand’Anse
Université Moderne d’Haiti
THESE STUDENTS ARE CURRENTLY IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OR HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS, OR ARE WAITING FOR ACCEPTANCE INTO THE UNIVERSITY PROGRAM: