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Central Scholarship Elects Rodolfo Beltran to Board of Directors

Posted 09.20.12

 Central Scholarship Elects New Board Member

Rodolfo Beltran joins Central Scholarship’s Board of Directors

Baltimore, MD (September 18, 2012) - Central Scholarship (CS) has elected Rodolfo Beltran to its Board of Directors. Mr. Beltran will join fellow business leaders, community members, and education advocates to advance the mission of Central Scholarship in making postsecondary education affordable for low-income students.

Rodolfo Beltran is currently a Loan Administration Manager at Wells Fargo.  Mr. Beltran has comprehensive experience in developing, coaching and leading world-class customer service teams in fast paced, high-volume environments. Mr. Beltran will be a great asset to Central Scholarship in building the pipeline of bilingual students for the Leonard and Helen Stulman Charitable Foundation Scholarship. This scholarship, one of 40 programs offered by CS, is for graduate education targeted at Spanish-speaking college graduates pursuing graduate studies in the mental health profession.

In addition, Wells Fargo has supported Central Scholarship for several years with grants for vocational training.  Wells Fargo has also supported Central Scholarship’s College Cash program as a sponsor since 2011.

“Rodolfo will be a wonderful asset to our organization as we continue to grow the Stulman Scholarship program,” says Jan Wagner, President, Central Scholarship. “In addition, his business background will be a great complement to the other esteemed members of our board. I can only imagine that his support will help us as we grow and better define how we can help students in Maryland.”

Central Scholarship enables students to pursue education or training after high school through scholarship opportunities and interest-free loans that fund the gap after all other financial aid has been awarded.  Established in 1924 and with over $1 million in scholarships awarded annually, we screen student applications against dozens of scholarship opportunities according to criteria established by our donors.  With a deep connection to our students and the local community, our uniqueness is in our approach:  we are investing in the future of our students, their families and the neighborhoods in which they live.

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Contact: Jessica Schmidt-Bonifant

Development Director

Central Scholarship Bureau

410.415.5558 X 124

jbonifant@centralsb.org