The Tracey Deuschle-Burke M&A Advisor Scholarship


Award Overview:  Tracey Deuschle-Burke will   hereby establish the Tracey Deuschle-Burke M&A Advisor Scholarship. An initial scholarship  of $250 will be awarded to a  student attending a four year college.


Tracey Deuschle-Burke is a Senior M&A Advisor for Aberdeen Advisors Inc.

Aberdeen Advisors provides merger and acquisition/business brokerage services to lower mid-market companies in the Southeastern United States.




Administration: The award is defined and administered as follows:


a.     Title of the award shall be the Tracey Deuschle-Burke M&A Advisor Scholarship

b.     A scholarship review committee comprised of staff of Aberdeen Advisors will be responsible for choosing the candidate annually.


c.     Funds will be awarded to support scholarship(s) for tuition, fees or instructional learning expenses


d.     The intent of the donor is to present at least one $250 scholarship annually.


e.     Scholarship(s) will be awarded to one or more students meeting the following criteria:


1.     Student must be enrolled in a Business Administration program

2.     Student must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and must have completed 15 credits or more

3.      Student must be currently enrolled full time in a four year college or university

4.     Copy of your college transcript is required, an unofficial copy is acceptable

5.     Letter of recommendation from a College or University Professor or current employer

6.     To be considered a finalist, please complete a short personal essay answering the following question: “Please tell us about your recent community service work as well as your career goals after graduation.”


Scholarship applications are available now with a deadline date of April 1.  Selections will be made in the beginning of May.  Disbursement of the scholarship will be sent directly to the student’s college or university’s bursar office in June.

Please send the information to We will acknowledge all applicants.


Whenever it appears that changing conditions make the plan no longer applicable, practicable or suited to the general purposes stated above, representatives of the College would confer with the donor or representatives of the donor to secure a modification of the plan.  If the College is unable to locate the donor or a representative after reasonable efforts, then the College is authorized to utilize the fund for any other suitable educational purpose so that the fund will provide the maximum service to the community through the advancement of higher education.  In such instance, the recipient shall meet the requirements of the Internal Revenue Code

Section 501(c)(3).








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