28-year-old Allister Amada a graduate off T. A. Marryshow Community College is seeking the public’s help to pursue his dream of obtaining his Bachelor’s Degree in the performing and creative arts.
For the last six years, Amada has fully dedicated his life to the performing and creative arts, which he said has transformed his life. His journey began at Grenada Acting and Film School where he found his purpose and vision for his life. In wanting more out of the arts, he left acting school to pursue his studies at the T.A. Marryshow Community College, where he studied both Literature and Psychology.
Now Alister is the first Grenadian to be accepted into the Columbia College Chicago University. He said he has already obtained a quarter of a scholarship that covers tuition from the institution and has started the process with the government hoping to secure housing and tuition funding. However, Allister still needs money to embark on his new journey.
Amada’s fire for the performing arts has led him into national and international arenas, such as his participation in TAMCC’s best talent competition, Ministry of Youth TAII Speech Festival, and in 2020 founded a team lyrical and has written more than 100 poems. He aims to change the Way Theater is seen in Grenada by furthering his studies to transform the sector when he returns home.
He said he is willing to share his plans with anyone willing to listen.
Allister needs to leave for his studies in late July to start his classes.
Anyone willing to contribute to his endeavours can contact him on his telephone number +1(473) 414-7032.