MANAGEMENT: Scholarship Pool

Many a company that would like to set up a scholarship fund either doesn't know how or doesn't think that its gift would be large enough to warrant the search needed to find deserving students. Last week Manhattan's Council for Financial Aid to Education-announced a made-to-order solution: a plan for corporations to contribute to a national scholarship commission, which would operate the biggest college-scholarship program ever set up. Said the council's president, Businessman-Educator Wilson Compton: "Since the council announced the opening of its New York offices last month, it has been swamped with inquiries about the need for helping...

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