JKC

(redirected from Jack Kent Cooke Foundation)
AcronymDefinition
JKCJapan Kennel Club
JKCJack Kent Cooke Foundation
JKCJaunimo Karjeros Centras (Lithuanian: Youth Career Center)
JKCJakarta Kendo Club (Jakarta, Indonesia)
JKCJawahar Knowledge Center (India)
JKCJerry and Kandy Culpepper (Enterprises, Inc; Mansfield, Texas)
JKCJames Kaplan Companies, LLC (Glenview, IL)
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A recent report out from the same Jack Kent Cooke Foundation found that high-achieving students from low-income families made up about 3 percent of the student population at selective schools.
(3) An excellent resource is the Executive Summary of the publication Transfer Access to Elite Colleges and Universities in the United States: Threading the Needle of the American Dream funded by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, the Lumina Foundation, and the Nellie Mae Education Foundation (Dowd et al.
CUTLINE: Quinsigamond Community College President Gail Carberry congratulates QCC student Samuel Offei of Worcester, who will receive a Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.
"Four-year institutions have to make clear their doors are open," asserts Emily Froimson, director of higher education programs at the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation. "There is only so much community colleges can do without knowing their students will be well received."
There is also a video of a conference with the researchers describing their work followed by reactions from Josh Wyner of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation and Ross Wiener of Education Trust.
Recipient of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation scholarship, the modern-day Benjamin Franklin's future plans include earning Ph.Ds.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announced it will award $1.1 million to six programs that are dedicated to closing excellence gaps and prepare students for success in higher education with financial assistance.
Among the local guests were Mary Landrieu, former senator from Louisiana; John Engler, president of the Business Roundtable and former governor of Michigan; Roger Nozaki of the US Department of Education; Katherine Haley of the Philanthropy Roundtable; Giuseppe Basili of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation and Krishanti Vignarajah of the White House.
But that was before Mihailescu won a 2014 undergraduate transfer scholarship from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, which will provide her with as much as $30,000 a year for up to three years to complete her bachelor's degree.
Each year, From the Top and the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation choose approximately 25 exceptional pre-collegiate musicians with financial need for the Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation's Young Scholars Program is designed to nurture exceptional students (with financial need) who have demonstrated a potential to excel through academic excellence and extracurricular activities.