KellerOnline, Prospera scholarships available

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J.J. Keller & Associates Inc. announced that it once again will be offering $10,000 in scholarships as part of the University Program for KellerOnline, the company’s online safety management tool. The company will award six scholarships, one $5,000 and five $1,000 awards, to individual students studying safety management or other related fields.

The Neenah, Wis.-based company also announced that it once again will be offering $10,000 in scholarships as part of the University Program for Prospera, its online people management tool. The company will award six scholarships, one $5,000 and five $1,000 awards, to individual students studying human resource management.

In 2007, J.J. Keller launched the KellerOnline University Program as part of its commitment to higher education and the industries that it serves. More than 70 schools currently are participating in the program, which provides professors and students with free, unlimited access to reference materials, safety-specific interactive tools and applications, and industry information available in KellerOnline. The company says the program has helped professors enhance their curriculums, enhanced internship experiences for students and served as a resource for students attaining their degrees. “Over the past two years, the KellerOnline University Program has reached over 2,000 students and awarded $20,000 in scholarships,” says Rustin Keller, corporate Internet products manager.

Only students at schools participating in the KellerOnline University Program are eligible for the scholarships. Applications are available for download on KellerOnline. Scholarships must be postmarked no later than Sept. 30. School registrations for the KellerOnline University Program also are being accepted. To register for this free program, professors should contact Stephanie Dean at 920-720-7802 or sdean@jjkeller.com.

In 2007, J.J. Keller launched the Prospera University Program as part of its commitment to higher education and the industries that it serves. More than 60 schools currently are participating in the program, which provides professors and students with free, unlimited access to reference materials, HR-specific interactive tools and applications, and industry information available in Prospera. The company says the program has helped professors enhance their curriculums, enhanced internship experiences for HR students and served as a resource for students attaining their degrees. “Over the past two years, the Prospera University Program has reached over 3,000 students and awarded $20,000 in scholarships,” Rustin Keller says.

Only students at schools participating in the Prospera University Program are eligible for the scholarships. Applications are available for download on Prospera. Scholarships must be postmarked no later than Sept. 30 in order to be eligible. School registrations for the Prospera University Program also are being accepted. To register for this free program, professors should contact Dean at 920-720-7802 or sdean@jjkeller.com.