Fluent Home Establishes the “Fluent Life” Scholarship for Students at the University of Alberta

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Fluent Home is glad to announce the foundation of a scholastic sponsorship at the University of Alberta. Fluent Home is a leader in home technology and with its eye on the future, recognizes the importance of educating the group of rising young adults who will come to lead the industry. Fluent will execute this vision of helping to educate the rising generation by giving the “Fluent Life” scholarship to qualifying undergraduates in the field of human science.

Fluent Home sales manager, Ian Wranke explains that “Fluent has focused on providing not only our customers, but also the communities we serve with the highest level of service. I was presented the opportunity to work for Fluent while pursuing my business degree. It’s amazing that Fluent is providing this scholarship to reduce the financial burden that comes with seeking a degree. Fluent gives students the best opportunity for summer employment while encouraging and enabling their post-secondary education.”

Fluent chose the field of social science because it closely aligns with the charitable mission of the organization. The organization decided it would give a scholarship to students seeking an undergraduate degree in sociology – students who often go on to pursue careers in helping others.

Fluent Home has taken part in many service project and charitable donations throughout the years. The projects have occurred in nations around the globe including Kenya, Honduras and Peru. Fluent’s latest philanthropy ventures occurred closer to home in nearby groups close Edmonton and in Washington State.

The “Fluent Life” scholarship gives undergraduates financial help for up to $2,500.00 for three consecutive years. Fluent knows that going to school full time can be very expensive and is grateful to be able to help in some small way the future bright minds of the nation. Fluent Home sees this as a first step in becoming part of the academic community at the University of Alberta.

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