B.S.L. helping scholars to fulfill their potential

Twenty students have received a tremendous helping hand with their school costs thanks to Business Systems Limited Ambassador Programme. 

The recipients for 2018, from all different age groups, will be awarded a cash contribution towards each scholarship to assist with school fees and stationery.

Since its inception many of the Ambassadors have progress and benefited from the assistance B.S.L. has provided. 

One of them is Hemara Muliaga, who attends St. Mary’s Primary in Savalalo. Hemara is an original member who joined in 2016. She has continued to improve and achieved her goals. 

Her mother, Kesia Leilua, is grateful for the assistance.

“Selecting Mara as a B.S.L. Ambassador had motivated her to do her best with her school work,” she said. “She didn’t want to waste the opportunity given to her.”

Hemara gained 1st place in English, Social Science, Written Expression, Music, Samoan Language among other accolades in 2017.

“B.S.L. has been a great supporter and a strong shoulder to lean on,” she said. 

Jennifer Coffin is another original member. She is now studying for a Bachelor of Commerce at U.S.P. in Fiji.

Hemara and Jennifer are but two of the Ambassadors reaching their potential to pursue their goals, which is what the programme is all about.

“B.S.L. will provide additional support throughout the year to the Ambassadors that have demonstrated the ability to study hard and shown improvement in their grades.”

“B.S.L. has again selected 20 Ambassadors that will assist with their education and development in a real life working environment by been part of the B.S.L. family whether it be promotional or in a team within the company.”

“The Ambassadors Programme is one of the initiatives that B.S.L. is carrying on forward for 2018 which includes the Win a Van Project themed ‘Everyone can drive this promotion by earning points from any cash purchases at B.S.L.’” 


The Ambassadors for Upolu in 2018 are:

Hemara Muliaga – St Mary’s Primary, Mario Fouvale Pula – Samoa Adventist Primary, Charity Saipele – Pesega Fou Primary, Sifusi Leti Seiuli – Ah Mu Academy, Etena Pouli – Faleata College, Enleyra Maiava – Avele College, Irae Tanuvasa – Samoa College, Jimmy Lavasili Leausa – LDS Church College, Lalovi Peter Tau – N.U.S., Tilomai MarilynGatoloai – N.U.S.

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