New York, NY (PRWEB) January 19, 2009
Bluewolf (http://www.bluewolf.com) today announced its second annual college scholarship program for New York City public high school students. Designed for students who are interested in pursuing a degree in technology-related fields, the Bluewolf Technology 2009 Scholarship will award two scholarship grants of $2,000, to be used for tuition at an accredited college or university of the student's choice.
"We have expanded our scholarship program this year, with an additional grant so that we can award a scholarship to one boy and one girl, to continue to help underserved students with a passion for technology pursue their educational dreams," said Michael Kirven, cofounder and principal of Bluewolf. "Our mission is to encourage some of New York's brightest students to pursue challenging careers in technology that are vital to our world today."
To qualify, Bluewolf scholarship applicants must demonstrate financial need and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above. Finalists will be interviewed by the scholarship committee. Applications for the program are due on June 1, 2009, and more information is available at http://www.bluewolf.com/company/philanthropy.
With philanthropy as a central value, Bluewolf supports its surrounding communities through financial contributions and community volunteers, along with product and service donations for non-profit organizations throughout North America. In addition, it offers its technology consulting services at a discount to non-profit groups.
Bluewolf is the leading Software as a Service, Open Source and Cloud Computing consulting company focusing on deployment, development and adoption of enterprise software applications. With eight years of SaaS experience, Bluewolf is defining a new style of consulting based on their Agile Consulting model that guarantees success and delivers on the promises of Cloud Computing. In addition to SaaS, Bluewolf is a leading provider of Remote Database Administration. Bluewolf clients include Dow Jones, ADP, General Electric and Fox Interactive Media.
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