At BDV Solutions, we believe community is more than individuals sharing a physical location. Community is developed by people pursuing their purpose, sharing common interests, and striving to accomplish goals. With intention and purpose, we receive support from supporters around the globe from individuals that believe in our work and want us to continue with our mission of helping individuals obtain work visas in the U.S.
"As a nation of immigrants, our greatest advantage is our collection of unique experiences, differences, talents, and interests", says Britt Vergnolle, Founder & CEO, BDV Solutions. At every step of the way, immigrant communities have contributed significantly to the development and success of the United States. From Main Street to Wall Street, everyone has benefitted fromimmigration; whether it’s a local doctor, business owner, student, or essential worker. Immigrants have brought an unparalleled level of entrepreneurship, innovation, and resilience to the American culture and economy.
The scope of immigration expands across various government agencies and impacts every aspect of life in the U.S. In doing so, the nation has forged a competitive edge in the global community by embracing the necessity of immigrants for demographic composition, workforce development, and culture. Here at BDV, we are working around the clock to expand and enhance those efforts in every way possible.
While we focus on the work of immigrant communities at large, it is equally important that we highlight the individual impacts of immigrants around the country. BDV believes that everyone has an idea, a dream, or a goal, worth sharing with the world. Simultaneously, we recognize that every individual may not have the same access to resources and level of opportunity to maximize their dreams.
The contributions of our local communities never go unnoticed, and we feel it’s only right that we pour into the next generation of thinkers, doers, movers, and shakers. On October 28, 2022, join us in celebration of National Immigrants Day as we launch the “BDV Believes Scholarship”. The BDV Believes scholarship is aimed at lessening the resource gap and highlighting a U.S. immigrant in pursuit of a professional certification or degree.
Create and submit a short 3-5 minute video answering the following questions:
1. Where are you from and why did you want to come to the US?
2. What impact has your immigration experience had on your life?
3. What does community mean to you and how do you contribute to your community?
Be creative & have fun!
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply or for any questions. The deadline for submissions is December 2022. Submissions will be reviewed and selected by the BDV Scholarship Committee and winners will be announced in January 2023.