The cost of tuition at our Nation’s top business schools has increased over the last six years. To make a quality education affordable and give back to the St. Louis Community, CEO David Dresner created the scholarship specifically for business students from the St. Louis metropolitan area with significant financial need.
“You shouldn’t have to suffer loads of debt just because you are pursuing a quality education,” stated Dresner. “Helping the next generation helps all of us in St. Louis. Giving back to the community is one part of our sustainable business model.”
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“David is passionate about his commitment to the St. Louis community and supporting efforts that strengthen the region. Working with David to create this scholarship has been an absolute pleasure. We are grateful for his work, and we’re proud to call him our alumni,” stated K.C. Cortinovis Friedrich, Senior Associate Director of Development at Washington University’s Olin Business School.
For more information about the Washington University Scholarship, contact Liz Sharpe-Taylor at 315-542-0400 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about David Dresner and Sleeve a Message or Coast a Message, please visit www.sleeveamessage.com or www.coastamessage.com.