The Kingdom International Economic Development Corporation (KIEDC) and Chase W. Dillon, well-known 13-year old collegiate student at Stanford and actor and philanthropist, announce the Inaugural 1M Chase W. Dillon Scholarship Fund for four scholarships at The Research University at Stanford. Chase W. Dillon, child actor and philanthropist, has been helping youth and families through the Kingdom International Economic Development Corporation (KIEDC) since he was a toddler. Now, as his star rises, he has taken his pledge of commitment to service and scholarship to new heights.
Inspired by his mother, Metashar Dillon, Chairman of the non-profit KIEDC, Chase is casting a lifeline to young dreamers who work full-time as actors and actresses and journalists who aspire to carve a career path in journalism, entertainment, fine arts, or performing arts. Partnering with Stanford University, the Chase W. Dillon Scholarship fund opens the doors to the prestigious Stanford Designership Institute fellowship program, which is a program within The Research University that provides students with an unparalleled platform to pursue their passions and make a lasting impact on society.
The Chase W. Dillon Scholarship will provide full-tuition for students pursuing a career in journalism, fine arts, and performing arts through the Stanford Designership Institute fellowship program. The deadline to apply for the Chase W. Dillon Scholarship is September 10th, 2023. Applications are now open (YHA Website) Four $250,000 scholarship awards will be presented during the 3rd Annual Youth Humanitarian Awards (YHA) September 17, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia which is proudly presented by the Kingdom International Economic Development Corporation (KIEDC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 1988, whose mission is meeting needs and solving problems for the benefit of all humanity.