MIAMI, Oct. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Ismael Cala Foundation (ICF) and Westfield Business School (WBS), have partnered to help our youth in developing their highest potential by providing new scholarships to Hispanic professionals from Florida, in the USA. This is part of the many projects that will originate from this successful teamwork agreement signed last April.
Last Tuesday, at the end of the second round of competition, Ismael Cala gave away seven MBA and Executive MBA scholarships to Hispanics residing in Florida, and they are 90% financed.
At the same time, a third competition is coming soon, created to assist four organizations allied to the ICF in Latin America: World Vision (Mexico), Fundación Jean Maggi (Argentina), Aprendo & Emprendo (Venezuela) and Junior Achievement (Honduras). Five MBA scholarships and an equal number of Executive MBA scholarships were awarded, financed up to 75%, this will enable winners to identify opportunities, create innovative projects, and face challenges in a constantly evolving corporate environment.
The Ismael Cala Foundation aims to bring support to disadvantaged children, teenagers and youngsters from the Latin American and Hispanic communities in the USA. The main goal is to give them a chance to become educated leaders, emotionally balanced and with a great willingness to succeed in life. To achieve its mission, the ICF has created several programs, including Channeling Scholarships, in partnership with educational institutions, companies and other social development organizations that serve the same purpose.
Westfield Business School is positioned as a Global Business School that offers MBA and Executive MBA programs fully in Spanish and partially online. WBS connects its students and graduates to the world through strategic alliances with the Munich Business School, Alcalá Global School, Ivey Business School of Western University, Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University, and the Polytechnic University of Madrid. WBS is also deeply committed to improving the lives of its students.
"We do not want to train directors in the same way that traditional business schools do; we want to train human beings to be able to lead successful and profitable businesses that have a positive impact on the environment and on the community," WBS' President, Carlos Mazo, said.
SOURCE Cala Enterprises