Commissioner George Mentz has established over the years several scholarship programs. These
programs are in honor of his family members and ancestors.
These scholarships are
designed to help the disadvantaged and ethnic students in Arabia, EurAsia, India, Russia,
Africa, and the Americas obtain free or discounted certification and online training from any of
Mentz's educational companies. No contributions have ever been requested as this charitable activity is
fully funded by Prof. Dr/Jur George Mentz.
The scholarships and tuition
assistance are named in honor of Commissioner Mentz's Father, his grandmother, his Great Aunt, Great
Grandmother, his grandparents. Disadvantaged persons, military veterans, disabled persons and more have
benefited from this program and charitable effort by Mentz. Recipients from many countries in Asia,
Africa, India, USA and more have received help.
These scholarships and
educational assistance are dedicated in honor of Prof Mentz's family including: Judge Henry Mentz (US
Federal Judge and World War II Combat Veteran), Lulla Bridewell Mentz (one of the first female principals
at that time for a school in the AK USA), Clara Bridewell Rummage (Ranch and Farm owner), and Mary E.
McConnell Bridewell (Poet), and The LaMantia Family (Vincent Lamantia who was a US Consul/Ambassador
to Sicily/Catania ). (Email a petition for help if needed using the contact form)
George Mentz is a proud
American with a mixed backrgound of DNA including French, German, Scottish, Irish, Egyptian, Arab, West
Asian, Sicilian, and Native American DNA.