HRPayrollSystems.net, a 100% free HRMS software website that helps HR professionals find HR software solutions, is excited to announce that Jessica Holden is the recipient of the site's HR scholarship. Jessica is a student at Loyola University Chicago.
"I am honored and excited to be receiving the HRPayrollSystems.net scholarship! This scholarship will allow me to pursue a Master's degree in Human Resources, but will also allow me to study abroad in Spain next Spring. I was not able to study abroad in undergrad, and I've always regretted it. I'm thankful to have another chance to do so," said Jessica Holden, the recipient of HRPayrollSystems.net’s HR Scholarship.
Jessica was selected on the basis of her having demonstrated satisfactory scholastic achievement and a commitment to a career in Human Resources. A Selection Committee made up of HR professionals reviewed the applications and made a unanimous decision selecting Jessica as the recipient.
"I'm thrilled we're able to assist Jessica in reaching her educational goals," said Dave Rietsema, HRPayrollSystems.net’s Founder. "At HRPayrollSystems.net we're 100% believers in higher education and the benefits it provides to individuals and society in general. How exciting to lend a helping hand to the next generation of HR leaders."
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