Bermuda footballer Robert Rawlings landed a $10,000 scholarship from the Green family in his pursuit of his dream of becoming a pharmacist.
Mr Rawlings said that the news late this summer that he had won the grant came with excitement, as well as relief, as it eases his family’s burden. He explained: “For the most part, my mother pays for my tuition and all of my costs. So it relieved a lot of stress on her end.”
Mr Rawlings, 25, a former Bermuda College student, is in the process of completing his masters of pharmacy at the University of Hertfordshire in Britain. Young Men’s Social Club, for whom Rawlings played as a forward, has also contributed $5,000 to his academic studies.Read more at the Royal Gazette