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|Founded at||United Kingdom|
|Purpose||Support of educational access for men of African and Caribbean descent|
The Amos Bursary is a UK registered charity in support of educational access for men of African and Caribbean descent. It brings together universities and businesses looking to diversify their student intake and workforce. The charity was founded by Colleen and Baroness Valerie Amos in 2009, following the death of their parents.
The charity began with seven students; as of March 2020 it reported having 107 students, 60 alumni, 40 associates and over 250 mentors.
In the media
- "UNISON celebrates the Amos Bursary | Article | News". UNISON National. 2019-10-29. Retrieved 2020-10-01.
- Wynne-Jones, Jonathan (2015-07-18). "Baroness Amos: I was taken aback when I found out I was the first black female head of a university". The Observer. ISSN 0029-7712. Retrieved 2020-10-13.
- "Ambitious Amos Bursary highlights the business of sport". Voice Online. 2020-03-07. Retrieved 2020-10-01.
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- What is the Amos Bursary? - UCL Blogs
- The Amos Bursary – Apps on Google Play
- AMOS Bursary 2019 Impact Report by joel.quartey - issuu
- The Amos Bursary - JustGiving
- The Amos Bursary - Leading Routes
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