Celebrating nineteen (19) years of Funding Servant Leaders

January 1, 2022
Noon BGD.T.

Mendez Scholarships Non-Profit is blessed to celebrate nineteen (19) years as of January 1, 2022, of funding servant leaders by making a difference for academic servant leaders in business, engineering, pharmacology and, hopefully soon refugee protection university programs in the UK and USA. Thank you, LORD Jesus Christ for Your advocacy of our academic non-profit!


Los Angeles, California
Mother’s Day, May 10, 2009
7:38 a.m. P.D.T.

Dr. Georgina Sánchez Méndez is home with Jesus Christ this morning. The light of our lives as a mother, mentor, colleague, sister, and aunt who taught by example and with passion to live a faith-driven life of service. She often stopped time itself – to advocate for others. Inspired by Jesus’ love for her, she exemplified genuine devotion to her family and relentless belief in Christian ethics recognizing the dignity and worth of every human life. “Yoya” as she was nicknamed in childhood worked her profession until retiring in 2002. In her field of pharmacology, she transformed the lives of colleagues and later-generation pharmacists; and, they in turn are her living legacy. Méndez Scholarships Non-Profit℠ is overwhelmed by the gifts of prayer and support poured out from so many! Dr. Georgina’s love of faith and humble service towards others always inspires us.

Panama City, Panama
July 19, 2002
8:11 a.m. E.D.T.

Julio César Méndez passed from this world this evening. The patriarch of our lives as a father, grandfather, multiple business owner, mentor, colleague, brother, and uncle who taught with genuine passion to live a purpose-driven life. He often demonstrated servant leadership by motivating colleagues personally and professionally. Inspired by a career that started at Westinghouse Electric after his successful graduation from the Universidad de La Habana’s Master’s in Electrical Engineering program, he was devoted to ethical professional standards as an engineer and general contractor leading others with a firm belief in fairness and equity as a business owner and employer. His solid reputation earned him respect from the incoming revolutionary Cuban government and an exit visa signed by Ernesto (Ché) Guevara. Afterwards, Julio’s humble beginnings led to further professional successes that continued another three decades in Costa Rica, Jamaica, and Panama until retiring in 1995.

in-kind donors

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Méndez Scholarships Non-Profit offers academic-credit business management internships. Flexible assignments include managing our Google AdWords/Analytics/Webmaster Tools; drafting email correspondence; networking at academic and/or non-profit professional conferences and/or events; scheduling candidate applicant and servant leadership references Skype interviews; generating post-interview recommendation reports; and helping determine recipient’s disbursement in agreement with our criteria.

Undergraduate/Graduate students will earn academic-credit while working in an entrepreneurial telecommuting non-profit environment. If you are an aspiring business management professional (human resources, information technology, strategy management) this is a perfect internship. You will develop real-world business skills, in an encouraging and uplifting work environment, while making a positive contribution to the future of business, engineering, and pharmacology university scholars.

We are looking for interns with these qualities:

  a servant leadership motivation;
  a willingness to create ideas;
  and, a team-player spirit!

The minimum requirement is 2 days a week or 16 hours to assist in funding servant leaders. Please use our INTRODUCE YOURSELF contact form to obtain our email address for resumes and cover letter submissions ~

our team


Trilingual (Arabic/English/Spanish) Juan Luis Méndez Sánchez earned a Masters of Arts in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies in 2018 after department approval of his ‘International Refugee Law and Policy in Jordan’ dissertation via the University of London’s International Programme’s School of Advanced of Studies; a Masters of Business Administration emphasizing Entrepreneurship from Loyola Marymount University after department approval of his quantitative research on ‘Thinking Patterns Profile’ was incorporated into further research, and published, in an academic journal in 2008. Earlier, he earned a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration with a Corporate Finance concentration from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Juan Luis is committed to awarding servant leadership scholarships to verifiable UK or USA-based unveristy applicants actively-attending business, engineering, refugee protections and/or pharmacy academic programs.

Ms. Beverly Malbranche (below) played a key past role in funding servant leaders. She received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from North Carolina State University in 2014, owns her own coffee importing business (caribbrew.com), and genuinely and humbly serves impoverished communities overseas in Haiti through her ministry leadership role.



Past intern Ms. Nadia Sims (left) is a Business Management graduate from the University of West Georgia. Her internship was “a very positive learning experience.” As a Hope Scholar, her college GPA stayed above 3.0. Past intern Ms. Serey Sophea Ly (right) is from Cambodia. In 2016, she was appointed to the Dean’s List and earned her Associate Degree in Business Administration from Harrisburg Community College. Both serve as servant leaders in their community.