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U.S. Century Bank, is a proud supporter of the First Generation Scholarship Program, supporting a First Generation student who participates in Panther Athletics.
The First Generation Scholarship Program was born in 2006 from Florida International University’s commitment to support students financially so they can focus on their studies and graduate on time with minimal school loan debt. These trailblazing students are on track to become the next generation of entrepreneurs, community leaders, researchers and beyond. Starting in 2018-2019, every $1 donated to the First Generation Scholarship Program has been matched by the State of Florida with $2. Each year the state re-evaluates the program and determines the matching guidelines. To date, FIU has awarded more than 13,000 scholarships for critical financial support to student-athletes. U.S. Century Bank here for the community, every step of the way!
At U.S. Century Bank, we take our responsibility to be a good corporate citizen seriously. Our executive management team and our dedicated staff donate their time, energy and resources to support deserving causes right here in our community.
Last year, Castaways Against Cancer, the number one ranked Relay for Life team in Florida in support of the American Cancer Society, launched its 17th annual kayaking voyage from Key Biscayne. Paddling a total of 160 miles, the equivalent of a marathon a day, the Castaways landed a week later at Higgs Beach in Key West. President and CEO, Luis de la Aguilera, and TEAM U.S. Century Bank helped raise more than $77,500.
Mitchell Kaplan, founder of Books & Books and co-founder, along with Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón, president of Miami Dade College, of the Miami Book Fair International, received the prestigious ArtesMiami Lydia Cabrera Award at a luncheon presented by U.S. Century Bank. The award, named in memory of Lydia Cabrera, a world-renowned writer and expert in Afro-Cuban culture, honors individuals who have made a significant contribution to the cultural development of South Florida. It included a cash prize of $1,000 and a ceramic work of art by Miami artist Rodrigo de la Luz.
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