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 and what Haiti Children Project agrees to provide students accepted to the program.

lobby-2STUDENTS REQUESTING ENTRANCE INTO THE NEXT GENERATION PROGRAM MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES:
  • The student requesting assistance must be approved by the board of Haiti Children Project.
  • Pass all exams required for high school/college graduation and admittance to University.
  • Apply for and obtain admission to a university of his or her choice.
  • Make all living and housing arrangements while attending university.
  • Enroll in university courses and request that the university send an invoice for tuition to HCP.
  • Send official grade report, when courses are complete to HCP.

 

HAITI CHILDREN PROJECT WILL PROVIDE STUDENTS ACCEPTED INTO THE PROGRAM WITH THE FOLLOWING:
  • The student’s tuition and fees for university studies, after a bill is received from the university/college. Payoff books required by university or college.
  • Computer or laptop as required by school.
  • Uniforms required by school.
  • Medical, dental and eye care.
  • Monthly stipend – not to be entire cost of living for student but a supplement.

 

THESE STUDENTS ARE CURRENTLY IN THE UNIVERSITY PROGRAM:

benson-delvaBENSON DELVA
École Supérieure d’Infotronique d’Haiti
COMPUTER SCIENCE

cathiana-samedyCATHIANA SAMEDY
Université Lumiere
MEDICINE

clifford-louis-paulCLIFFORD LOUIS-PAUL
Université Quisqueya
MEDICINE

dieuces-cheryDIEUCES CHERY
Université Quisqueya
MEDICINE

 

yvon-sarahYVON SARAH
Université Quisqueya
ENGINEERING

maillard-magloireMAILLARD MAGLOIRE
Université Quisqueya
MEDICINE

AUGUSTE
Université Quisqueya

MARIE-DAFFNEE

MIRTHA

 

THESE STUDENTS ARE CURRENTLY IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OR HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS, OR ARE WAITING FOR ACCEPTANCE INTO THE UNIVERSITY PROGRAM:

 

DANIS

DAVID

GERTRUDE

PATRICIA

 

JAMESLY

KINSLEY

 

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