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The Huang Leadership Development Scholarship was established by Bob and Lily Huang in recognition of the loyalty and dedication of SYNNEX employees worldwide. Bob, founder, past CEO and past chairman of the board of SYNNEX Corporation, and his wife Lily wish to recognize those who worked and contributed to the success of SYNNEX by providing scholarship opportunities to support those employees, past employees and dependents that choose to further their personal leadership development through higher education for the future prosperity of the globalized world. Bob and Lily wish to continue this rich legacy by improving the lives of those seeking to better themselves through higher education and become leaders and mentors in their own right. Scholarship recipients will be selected based on academic achievement excellence and leadership qualities as evidenced by their personal statement, letters of reference, school and community activities. Open to current employee or past employee, or a legal dependent or grandchild of a current or past employee of SYNNEX Corporation, or its subsidiaries who left the company in good standing; current employee or past employee, or a legal dependent or grandchild of a current or past employee that worked for SYNNEX Corporation or its subsidiaries for a minimum of three years at the time of the application deadline. Up to 10 awards (a combination of new one-time and renewable scholarships will be awarded; renewable scholarship recipients must meet renewal requirements). Must have demonstrated academic excellence and leadership qualities through activities in school, community or social service activities. Must be accepted into and confirmed intent to enroll or be enrolled on a full-time basis in an undergraduate program in a four-year college or university ranked as a top college or university according to the current yearÔÇÖs U.S. News and World ReportÔÇÖs college/university rankings or comparable source. Award recipients must be willing to share their experience with their peers and future applicants.