BETHLEHEM, West Bank—The founder of an education entry in West Bank that aims to help people of color get into college is hoping to expand his entry in the coming months.
Bethlehem-based college entrepreneur J. Scott Pemberton, founder of the educational entry for African Americans, said he is excited about a few of the campuses in his immediate area, which he said will be open by early 2019.
The first campus in Beit El, a Palestinian town in the West Bank, is slated to open by the end of this year.
Pemberton’s entry in Bethlehem will offer a number of scholarships for people of different backgrounds, including those who have been displaced from their homes.
He said he will offer the scholarships to people who want to attend college, even though he does not yet have a location.
The scholarships will not be paid out to the people, but instead will be distributed to those who want them.
He also said he would offer a scholarship to anyone who wants to learn more about college, which is not a traditional entry.
“I’m very excited about the opportunity to be able to help more people of all backgrounds,” Pemberon said.
“If you want to make a difference, you need to have your own education.
It’s really important to me that I help people and educate them and help them realize their potential.”
Pemberson is also looking to expand into other areas of the world.
He is now planning to expand the education entry to other African countries, including Ethiopia, Nigeria, Zambia, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates.
He plans to expand this entry into Europe by the middle of this month.
Pummerton said he wants to help African Americans become better citizens and better citizens of the continent.
He noted that he had been working in Europe for the past two years and was in Africa two years ago.
“We have the opportunity now to create a much more inclusive world,” Pummerton added.
“And that is what I want to do.”