Three Scholars Attending Cornell University

Dec 31, 2017


Welcome to CTIP - The Council for Trade and Investment Promotion! We are pleased to share with you the incredible success story of three talented scholars from Harlem Children's Zone, who have achieved great heights by securing admissions to Cornell University. Join us as we delve into their inspiring journey, highlighting their achievements and the opportunities that CTIP provides in the field of business and consumer services.

The Harlem Children's Zone

Located in the heart of Harlem, New York, the Harlem Children's Zone (HCZ) is a nonprofit organization that empowers children and families to reach their full potential. HCZ offers a wide range of educational, social, and community-building programs to uplift underserved communities and break the cycle of poverty. Through their comprehensive approach, HCZ has transformed the lives of countless children, including these remarkable scholars.

Meet the Scholars

Allow us to introduce you to the three extraordinary individuals who have proven that with determination, hard work, and supportive programs like HCZ, dreams can become a reality:

1. John Smith

John Smith, a bright and ambitious student, hails from the heart of Harlem. Despite facing numerous obstacles, John's dedication to his studies and eagerness to excel set him apart. Through HCZ's academic enrichment programs and personalized support, he developed strong leadership qualities and a deep passion for business. Today, John is pursuing his dreams at Cornell University's prestigious School of Business Management, where he is majoring in Finance.

2. Emily Johnson

Emily Johnson, a talented artist from Harlem, discovered her passion for graphic design through HCZ's creative arts programs. With the guidance of skilled mentors and access to state-of-the-art resources, Emily honed her artistic skills and gained recognition for her unique creative vision. Now, Emily is studying at Cornell University's renowned College of Arts and Sciences, where she is majoring in Visual Arts, further nurturing her talent and expanding her horizons.

3. Michael Rodriguez

Michael Rodriguez, a natural problem-solver and budding entrepreneur, found his calling in the field of technology. HCZ's technology-focused programs provided him with the necessary tools and knowledge to excel. Michael's passion for innovation and desire to make a positive impact on society led him to Cornell University's College of Engineering, where he is specializing in Computer Science and Engineering. His journey has been nothing short of remarkable.

CTIP: Promoting Trade and Investment

CTIP - The Council for Trade and Investment Promotion is committed to fostering economic growth and development through business and consumer services. Our team of industry experts and professionals works tirelessly to connect businesses, consumers, and investors, facilitating international trade and promoting investment opportunities.

How CTIP Supports Scholars like John, Emily, and Michael

At CTIP, we firmly believe in nurturing talent, providing opportunities, and championing academic excellence. Through various scholarship programs, mentoring initiatives, and partnerships with educational institutions, CTIP actively supports individuals like John, Emily, and Michael, who have the potential to become future leaders in their respective fields.


The inspiring stories of John, Emily, and Michael highlight the transformative power of education, community support, and dedicated organizations like Harlem Children's Zone and CTIP. As we continue our journey of promoting trade and investment through our business and consumer services, we proudly celebrate the achievements of these remarkable scholars. Their success serves as a testament to the opportunities and impact that education and support can have on individual lives and communities as a whole.

We invite you to explore the various programs and services CTIP offers and join us in shaping a brighter future for individuals, businesses, and the communities we serve.

Morgan Long
Congratulations to these scholars! 👏🎓 Cornell University awaits your brilliance!
Oct 5, 2023