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JOB ADVT: Heritage Education Funds International – Sales Professionals July 2, 2014

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 ALUMNI IN BUSINESS

Carmen Headley of Heritage Education Funds International

 

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About Heritage

Heritage Education Funds International (HEFI) has been operating in Jamaica since 1996 offering one of the highest-performing, safest and most flexible Education Savings Plans – The Heritage International Scholarship Trust Plan – for a child’s tertiary education pursuits. To date, Heritage has enrolled over 10,000 Jamaican children and has paid out over US $16 million in savings and Educational Assistance Payments. When any enrolled child (under the age of 14) reaches 18 years of age, the Foundation will return savings (in U.S. dollars) to assist in paying for the first year in attending any recognized University, College or Technical Institution anywhere in the world. As the child passes into the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th years, the Foundation will pay Cash Scholarships (in U.S. dollars) each year, directly to the student

About Alumna Carmen Headley

Carmen Headley graduated from CAST in 1968 and is the  Administrative Manager, at Heritage Education Funds International.

Contact Carmen Headley

Unit # 29, Winchester Business Centre
15 Hope Road
Kingston 10
Tel:  (876) 968-1601
Fax: (876) 968-1248
 Email: heritage.headley@cwjamaica.com

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Alumni Relations Office
University of Technology, Jamaica
utech.alumni@utech.edu.jm
876-970-5468
 
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