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Bradley M. Sacks Endowed Student Entrepreneur Scholarship Fund established

This fund will provide support to undergraduate students enrolled full-time in the College who participate in entrepreneurship programs through the Center for Entrepreneurship (CFE). | Short Read

Bradley M. Sacks (BSE Comp ’88) has recently endowed the Bradley M. Sacks Endowed Student Entrepreneur Scholarship Fund at the College of Engineering. This fund will provide support to undergraduate students enrolled full-time in the College who participate in entrepreneurship programs through the Center for Entrepreneurship (CFE). The recipients of this scholarship support will be involved in experiential entrepreneurial activities, such as TechArb teams, student treks or the Entrepreneurship Leadership Program. In addition, students are eligible for multi-year support as long as they remain actively involved in the CFE programs. This gift qualifies for the Third Century Matching Initiative.

Mr. Sacks is the founder and CEO of More Than Gourmet, a food manufacturing company that produces classic French stocks and sauces in Akron, Ohio. Mr. Sacks resides in Shaker Heights, Ohio.

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