Here on Studio 10 we’ve talked briefly about the new Greene & Phillips scholarship program, we brought back David Greene to join us with some more details.

Here's a list of questions and answers provided by Greene & Phillips:

What is the latest update?

We are finally excited to announce that applications will be open this Thursday! Any area high school senior can go to our website, www.greenephillips.com and click the scholarship tab to apply. Much planning and preparation has gone into this program and we are glad to see it come to fruition.

Can you give our viewers a quick overview of what is involved with this scholarship program?

Absolutely. After the application process is closed, we will select 10 finalists that will complete the mentorship program. And from those finalists, we will choose 5 students who will each be awarded a $2,000 scholarship.

What sorts of topics will be discussed throughout this mentorship program?

Things such as building a resume, preparing for an interview, is college really the best option, the importance of being on time, and how to dress for success.

Why do you think it is so important to give back to your community?

Well Mobile is my hometown. I grew up here, my kids go to school here. I want to see Mobile and its citizens be all that it can be.

Yes, this is so very important! High school seniors, be sure to mark your calendars for this Thursday to go apply at www.greenephillips.com.

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