Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) July 07, 2011
Grantham University, a 60-year-old institution delivering accredited online degrees to working adult students around the world, announced that Adrianne M. Callahan, president of the Windy City Chapter of Federally Employed Women (FEW), has been awarded a full scholarship to Grantham University.
“Adrianne is such a worthy candidate,” said Ms. Dawn Nester, president of the FEW Foundation for Education and Training. “Her devotion to FEW and her Chapter is proof she will make the most of this opportunity. We know that in today’s environment, it is difficult for many to afford everything they need for college – from tuition to textbooks to software and other fees. The Foundation is thrilled to partner with Grantham University so that a deserving woman can live her college dream.”
Ms. Callahan has long been a leader in her FEW Chapter. She has mentored, advised and helped train new Chapter members and officers and is committed to continually supporting and enhancing the vitality of the Windy City Chapter’s programs and activities.
At Grantham University, Ms. Callahan plans to pursue a Master of Business Administration degree which will supplement her career development as a small business specialist for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and further support her career goal of obtaining a senior level position within the federal government.
“Part of our mission at Grantham University is to support non-traditional students as they work to advance their careers through education and training,” said Dr. Fred Snow, president of Grantham University. “The Foundation’s initiatives are closely aligned with ours as we look for ways to provide education that is accessible and affordable for all students, particularly those whose lives require a flexible university setting.”
Grantham University’s accredited online degree programs are flexible and portable, allowing students to fit education into their life instead of arranging life around their education. The University offers a variety of associate, bachelor and master’s online degrees in areas such as Business Administration, Business Intelligence, Business Management, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Engineering Technology, Health Sciences, Human Resource Management, Information Systems Security, and Medical Coding and Billing.
For more information about Grantham University and its degree programs, visit: http://www.grantham.edu or call 800-955-2527.
About the FEW Foundation
The FEW Foundation for Education and Training is a 501(c) (3) charitable arm of Federally Employed Women, a national organization founded in 1968 with four focus areas: Diversity, Legislation, Compliance, and Training. The Foundation focuses on providing opportunities for professional growth through Webinar workshops, education, and networking. Its mission is to empower career achievement through education and training. For more information, visit few.org and http://www.fewfoundation.org or call (202) 898-0994.
About Grantham University:
Established in 1951, Grantham University is a private institution that specializes in online education for the working adult student. Its mission is to provide accessible, affordable, professionally relevant degree programs in a continuously changing global society. The University prepares graduates for careers in business, engineering technology, computer science, criminal justice, healthcare, nursing, information technology and other professional fields. Grantham University offers a military scholarship program for active duty, reserve, guard, veterans and military family members, as well as scholarships for law enforcement professionals. Grantham's courses are 100% online, allowing students to study at home, at work, on Temporary Duty (TDY) or from almost anywhere in the world. Accredited since 1961 by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council, Grantham University has compiled a distinguished record as a respected and accredited distance learning university spanning six decades of service to education. For more information, visit grantham.edu or call 1-800-955-2527.