As part of my final semester, I was able to create an independent study course centralized around Social Entrepreneurship. In doing so, I was able to propose a project of my own where I could not only express the entrepreneurial skills I have gained but also create my own branch in growing an organization that is near and dear to my heart.
Operation Injured Soldiers a non-profit organization that provides recreational activities for veterans and their families’ as a way of thanking them for their service. The organization creates events to aid in recovery in a form of recreational therapy from physical and emotional injuries sustained during conflict deployments. It is an amazing feeling to attend events such as Operation Injured Soldiers orchestrates and to see the change and happiness they are able to bring to so many veterans and their families.
In part with my study, I have decided to create a scholarship, “Operation Injured Soldiers Veteran Education Fund”, in order to send veterans through school to earn a degree of their own at Adrian College. Tuition can be very costly, especially at a private institution such as Adrian College.
Adrian College is able to offer a welcoming environment to those of all ages; the small classroom size provides a far more intimate learning experience, allowing for a personal connection between students, professors, and faculty, making the campus welcoming and the perfect fit.
Your generous donation will be placed in a scholarship fund to provide tuition/financial support for a veteran through a scholarship at Adrian College. The money will continue to be utilized by future veteran students for many years to come.
Thank you for your kind and generous support of our wounded veterans.