Three years ago, a team of executives from Dynamic Search Partners met with graduating seniors at Uncommon Charter High School. That calculated meeting could very well be the very thing that will turn not only the lives of young people around, but will also add to the pot of hedge fund executives who will be needed to power the investment markets of tomorrow. The team toured the school, visited classrooms, and spoke with students before they conducted two resume workshops. They individually met with members of the senior class advising, reviewing, and editing resumes that would be part of their college applications.
The five member team included Dynamic Search Partners co-founder and current managing director Keith Mann. These student were members of Uncommon Charter High School’s first graduating class. The goal of this uncommon endeavor, according to Keith Mann, was to create a meaningful and ongoing platform that will assist students by teaching them tactical and practical skills that will ultimately help them become successful in college and beyond.
Mann’s company has contributed $10,000 to the school. This monetary voice of confidence applauds the schools commitment to academic excellence. Keith Mann and Dynamic Search Partners has been so impressed by the determination they have seen in these students that a scholarship program has been developed for them. This program is determined to help equip these young people with the knowledge needed to ensure that they achieve their dreams of a college education so that they will not only become successful entrepreneurs, but so that they will also be the creative innovators of business plans in the future.
Dynamic Search Partners is a dynamic executive search committee dedicated to sourcing top quality talent for hedge funds and private equity industries. The fifteen year old company has helped more than 2,000 clients and is home to one of the nation’s largest and most respected data bases of investment executives. Dynamic works closely with investment firms in America, Europe, and Asia who like them focus on compensation and alternative investment practices.